October 21, 2020
Technology News

YouTube celebrates Deaf Awareness Week by killing crowd-sourced captions – Ars Technica

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  • Here’s what the community caption feature looked like.
  • The community section of the creator’s studio, which will be disappearing.

Today’s the day YouTube is killing its “Community Contributions” feature for videos, which let content creators crowdsource captions and subtitles for their videos. YouTube announced the move back in July, which triggered a community outcry from the deaf, hard of hearing, and fans of foreign medi…

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