Friday Fun Fact:
New Features to Get More From Posting: Video Captions, Share Articles Quotes, and See Translations Adding video captions to give your videos more context.
There are often times when your community members and first connections aren’t able to watch your video with the sound on. So for these moments, you now have the option to add closed captioning to your videos when posting from desktop.
Here is a tool I found to add captions to your videos, https://www.kapwing.com/
My recommendation is if you have a video that is over 500 MB, upload it to YouTube first, then download it again with YouTube downloader. YouTube compresses the video and keeps the quality pretty much the same.
You can now add closed captioning when sharing a video on LinkedIn from the desktop experience. You’ll need to have an associated SRT (SubRip Subtitle) file attached to the video before it can be posted.
Note: Closed captioning can be added to member and LinkedIn Page posts.
To add closed captions once you have created the SRT file.
Are you looking for some great LinkedIn training live?
We are putting on a workshop in Calgary Alberta Canada on January 31 2020. https://www.linkedin.com/events/linkedinmastery-lunchincluded
Hope to see you there!