How To Create Subtitles/Closed Captions in Articulate Storyline 360

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Do you have an Articulate Storyline project with video that needs to be translated into multiple languages? But you do not have a budget to re-record the videos?

I have a simple project with a video on the second slide. In this video I’m going to add subtitles. You have always two options to insert subtitles. Directly in your video file with video editing programs as adobe Premiere or final cut pro. But you can also easily add the subtitles yourself in your Storyline project. This is very useful if something will change in the video or the subtitles.

Keep watching because in this video I will explain step by step how you can easily add subtitles in Articulate Storyline under your videos.

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