Twitter will soon add metadata to tweets that will allow users of its API to filter the tweets they call up by language and importance, the company said today.
Last week Vimeo added two new languages to their repertoire—French and German. Previously the site was available only in English and Spanish, but the video site reached out to the Vimeo community to help translate the site and make it available in the additional languages.
German, Italian, French, Portuguese, Russian and Dutch speakers will now be able to take advantage of YouTube automatic captions feature. As of today, the online video giant has added these six languages to their translation repertoire.
YouTube wants to help you make your videos available to everyone in the world, no matter what language they speak. To that end, today they’ve announced that it’s now easier than ever to translate your videos captions into more than 300 languages.
YouTube is a global platform but language and cultural barriers can often make it difficult to reach a global audience. In the latest update to the YouTube Creator Playbook, version 2, YouTube offers up some tips on how to optimize your video content to reach as many viewers as possible.
YouTube may be more diverse than you think. A whopping 60 percent of all video views on YouTube come from non-English speakers.
In the past few years, there has been an emergence of social networks for learning languages that is making learning more fun, efficient, and interesting than usual. Here are 7 truly impressive social networks for you to use if you’re trying to learn a new language.
The collection of languages on YouTube is continuing to expand, with the addition of four new languages today. YouTube users can now surf the video site in Croatian, Filipino, Serbian and Slovak. That brings YouTube Worldwide to a total of 28 different languages, which is an increase of almost 50% from the beginning of the year. And international YouTubers can expect the site to launch even more languages by the year’s end.