Please help if you have a few minutes to spare! I would love ya for it!
1.Go to the video that you want to contribute closed captions to. Note that not all videos support closed captions.
2.In the player, select the gear icon .
3.From the drop-down menu, select Subtitles/CC , then Add subtitles or CC.
4.Select the video's language.
5.Play the video. When you get to the part where you want to add a caption, type your caption into the box.
6.Repeat this process for all the audio in the video, then click Submit for review.
7.You'll be asked if the captions are complete or if there's still more to be done. This helps us figure out if other contributors need to pick up where you left off. Choose No - Let others keep working on them or Yes - They're ready to be reviewed.
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