Caption Depot is YouTube Ready

You can share your captioned videos on YouTube. Caption Depot is YouTube Ready. This means that Caption Depot conforms to the closed captioning and subtitling standards for YouTube.

We will show you how you can upload your video and the special file .srt to YouTube, so your video will be captioned.

Caption Depot is an one stop solution to caption/subtitle your videos for all web formats. You do not have to pay additional if you need the captions files for a couple of different formats. We will do it for the price of one. When you submit your videos to Amazon Prime, you are requires to caption/subtitle your videos. Without captions/subtitles Amazon Prime won't accept the videos. We know how to caption/subtitle videos right for Amazon Prime. So you do not have to go back and forth to meet their stringent criteria.

When you submit your videos to Amazon Prime, Hulu, Netflix, Vimeo, YouTube or any other platform, you are requires to caption/subtitle your videos. Without captions/subtitles These platforms won't accept the videos. We know how to caption/subtitle videos right for for all these platforms. So you do not have to go back and forth to meet their stringent criteria.

Supported formats
Amazon Prime, Hulu, Netflix, Vimeo, YouTube,
HTML5, VTT, QuickTime, Flash, WMV etc.

On Friday, October 8, 2010, the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act of 2010 was signed into law by President Barack Obama. This new law expands the requirements for web video captioning and accessibility services. More specifically, it requires that any closed captioned television program be closed captioned when delivered over the Internet. The law also requires all devices capable of displaying video to be able to display closed captions.

Congressman Ed Markey (D-MA) comment on the passing of his bill (CC).

View Sample Web Videos with Closed Captions Created by Caption Depot

Let the experts Closed Caption your next web videos.

  

 


Captioned in 3 languages - English, Spanish and Japanese
To turn captions on, click on the CC button
To choose languages, click on the Gear icon

 

A Testimonial
To turn captions on, click on the CC button

 

 
Caption service explained - QuickTime, Flash, html5 etc.
To turn captions on, click on the CC button
(After we sold CPC, we are running the caption service dept. under Caption Depot)

 

 
Caption service explained- e-Captioning  
To turn captions on, click on the CC button
(After we sold CPC, we are running the caption service dept. under Caption Depot)


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