Captioning Tools

Need Assistance?

Contact the TLC at (916) 278-6112.

Email us directly at: irt-captioning@csus.edu

Docsoft

Docsoft is a speech recognition appliance that generates transcripts and caption files for video and audio. This is a FREE service available to all Faculty and Staff at Sacramento State. Register for a free account to get started. To edit transcripts or caption files you will need to use the Docsoft Transcript Editor available at the Technology Learning Center Media and Captioning Project Rooms.

YouTube

Learn how to search for Closed Captioned video, how to caption your own video on YouTube and how to view closed captioned content.

Camtasia

Camtasia Studio has a built in captioning feature which can be used to caption your videos during the production process. You can also use the Speech-to-Text feature in Camtasia Studio 7.1  to make the process of adding captions quicker. Record and caption your videos in Camtasia at the TLC Media and Captioning Project rooms located at AIRC 3012 and which are equipped with Camtasia Studio and other video and captioning tools.

Captivate

Adobe Captivate has a built in captioning feature that can be used to caption videos during the production process. Record and caption your videos in Captivate at the TLC Media and Captioning Project rooms located at AIRC 3012 and which are equipped with Adobe Captivate and other video and captioning tools.

Amara

Amara is a free and open source captioning, subtitling, and translating tool that helps make your videos more accessible. Go to: http://amara.org/en/ to learn more.