Have you seen it? YouTube have implemented an interesting feature. It attempts to auto-generate English captions for your videos by analysing the speech in the sound track. I had a look at what it came up with on one of my videos – Adam Collings Writing Update Spring 2012. The results were hilarious.
What I said
What YouTube thinks I said
How’s it going? I’m Adam Collings, aspiring author and writer of speculative fiction.
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Well spring’s arrived here in Australia, which is good.
possibly structure is sound.
I like spring because it’s not too hot. I find summer a bit hard to cope with sometimes.
hot springs is not too hot. Crimes on the ground sometimes.
It’s been a pretty hectic time for my family lately, but we’re coming up for air now
delivery gtalk my family but we’re coming up a nap.
I’m also looking forward to spending some time on my novel.
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still got a bit of work to do on the climax at the end, but the more I think about, the more I think this could be the story that helps me cross the line from being a writer to being an author.
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so I’m Adam Collings and you can find me online at collingszone.wordpress.com
it’s finally singing on the line also so flintstone.
To try it out for yourself, click the transcripts button on a video, and then watch the captions scroll by.