YouTube continues to introduce new features to improve the user experience. Now it seems that the company is wrapping up to launch another exciting feature for all of you. The platform wants to dub your Youtube videos in other languages by giving you some help with AI. The company recently announced at VidCon that it is acquiring the team of Aloud, an AI-powered dubbing service from Google’s Area 120 incubator.
According to Aloud’s website:
“The tool first transcribes your video, giving you a transcript that you can view and edit. Then it will translate and produce the dub.”
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The streaming giant is also currently testing the tool with “hundreds” of creators. This has been announced by YouTube’s Amjad Hanif. He goes on to say that Aloud currently supports a “few” languages. However, it is tipped to support many more in the future. It’s worth noting that Aloud is currently available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Aloud is undoubtedly a very useful tool as a growing number of creators add multilingual dubbing to their videos. Although it is available in a limited number of languages, it is still very useful for many. YouTube is also said to be working on making translated audio tracks sound like the creator’s voice. They want to add more expression and lip sync. Sources claim that all of these features are slated for 2024. So let’s wait and see what comes next.
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