YouTube Taps Rev.com as Recommended Vendor for Captioning
YouTube and Rev.com have teamed up to make captions more readily available to YouTube video creators.
Rev's integration with YouTube enables creators to choose which files they want to be captioned in a few clicks. For creators who want to streamline the process even further, Rev offers the ability to deliver the captioned file back to their YouTube channel,
Rev is offering discounted rates to creators who order captions via Rev's streamlined YouTube integration. Rev is offering three special promotions to YouTube creators:
- Creators who connect their YouTube channels with Rev will get a 12 percent discount on all orders;
- Creators who are new to Rev will receive $10 ;off their first order (with no minimum order value);
- Creators who order any foreign language subtitles will get an English captions file for free.
"Being selected as one of YouTube's recommended captions vendors underlines the importance of speech-to-text solutions for both video creators and distributors," said Mark Chen, senior vice president of product and operations at Rev.com, in a statement. "Over the years, Rev has captioned hundreds of thousands of YouTube videos, and we're thrilled that YouTube is making it even easier to leverage our integration and caption tons of video content quickly and accurately."
Creators who have used Rev's technology for years include The Food Ranger (4 million subscribers), ThinkMedia (1.1 million subscribers), and Primal Video (500,000 subscribers).
"I've spent years helping brands maximize the potential of their video content," said Justin Brown, co-founder of Primal Video, in a statement. "Rev is my go-to captions provider. I've tried dozens of captioning services, but nothing beats Rev's effortless YouTube integration, consistent accuracy, fast turnaround times and affordable pricing."
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