YouTube and Google TV integrate with Google’s language services allowing for auto-translation subtitles

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Jason Ma  Identity Verified
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Any sample of such instantaneous subtitle translation supported by Google? May 21, 2010

It might be interesting to compare the translation with source subtitle.

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Sergei Leshchinsky  Identity Verified
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funny and useless May 21, 2010

like any MT

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l Gaston l  Identity Verified
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Any sample of such instantaneous subtitle translation supported by Google? May 21, 2010

Jason Ma wrote:

It might be interesting to compare the translation with source subtitle.


I think the subtitle feature is the same they use in YouTube.

You can see an example here (video with CC option): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hWGs26QQBEw&feature=channel


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