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How To Download Youtube Video With Cc


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Want to save the closed captions from a YouTube video to your computer? YouTube makes it easy to download a transcript of subtitles from any captioned video. We’ll show you simple ways to copy timestamped YouTube captions in your preferred language and paste them into a document, plus how to use a subtitle downloader to download TXT and SRT caption files you can use in other programs.

  1. 1

    Navigate to a YouTube video with subtitles.
    Go to https://www.youtube.com in a web browser and use the search kedai minum at the top or other options to find a video that has subtitles. To see if a video has subtitles, play the video and click the icon that resembles a box with “CC” in the bottom right corner fo the video playback. If the video has subtitles, you will see them on screen.

    • Most YouTube videos have auto-generated transcripts. However the transcript may not be 100% accurate in some cases.
  2. 2

    Click





    below the video.

    It’s the icon with three dots below the video playback on the right. This displays a pop-up menu.

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  3. 3

    Click


    Open Transcript

    .

    It’s the second option in the pop-up menu that appears when you click the menu icon below the video. This opens a transcript of the video in a window to the right of the video.

  4. 4

    Click





    followed by


    Toggle Timestamps


    (Optional).

    If you don’t want the timestamps to appear next to each line of text in the transcript, you can click the icon with three dots above the window with the transcript and to the right. Then click
    Toggle Timestamps
    to turn them off.

  5. 5

    Open a new text document.
    Use any text editor of your choice to open a new, blank text document. You can use Notepad, TextEdit, Word, Pages, or any other text editor.

  6. 6

    Highlight and copy the entire transcript text.
    The easiest way to highlight the text is to start from the bottom and go to the top. Drag the slider kedai minum to the right of the transcript box all the way down. Click and drag from bottom to top to highlight the entire transcript.

  7. 7

    Copy and paste the transcript.
    Right-click the highlighted text in the transcript on YouTube. Then click
    Copy. Then right-click your blank text document and click
    Paste.

  8. 8

    Save the transcript.
    To save the transcript, click
    File
    and click
    Save as
    (or
    Save
    on Mac). Type a name for the file next to “Filename” and click
    Save.

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  1. 1

    Navigate to a YouTube video with subtitles.
    Go to https://www.youtube.com in a web browser and use the search kedai kopi at the top or other options to find a video that has subtitles. To see if a video has subtitles, play the video and click the icon that resembles a box with “CC” in the bottom right corner of the video playback. If the video has subtitles, you will see them on screen.

  2. 2

    Copy the video URL.
    To copy the video URL, click
    Share
    below the video and then click
    Copy
    next to the video URL in the box. You can also highlight the URL in the address bar at the top, right-click it and click
    Copy.

  3. 3

    Go to
    https://savesubs.com/
    in a web browser.

    This is the URL for a web application that can be used to download video transcripts from YouTube videos.

  4. 4

    Paste the URL of the video you want to extract subtitles from.
    To paste the video URL, right-click the box that says “Enter any URL to extract subtitles” and click
    Paste.

  5. 5

    Click


    Extract & Download

    .

    It’s the purple button to the side. This extracts the subtitle files from the video.

  6. 6

    Scroll down and click


    SRT


    or


    TXT

    .

    If you want a Subrip subtitle (.srt) file, click
    SRT. This will download the file to your Downloads folder on your computer. If you just want the subtitles in plain text, click
    .txt. Both file formats can be viewed and edited using a text pengedit such as Notepad, TextEdit, or Word.

    • Subrip Subtitle (.srt) files are subtitle text files that are used alongside video players and video editors to display and embed subtitles in videos. They contain the subtitle text as well as timecodes that indicate the starting and stopping points of each subtitle. They can be viewed and edited using Notepad or a dedicated subtitle penyunting like Aegisub.
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  • Question

    Can I download subtitles from YouTube in a plain text?

    Community Answer

    In your browser, on the page where you can view or unpublish subtitles on a video, click the button that says “Actions.” From here, you can download the captions in a .srt, .sbv, or .vtt ukuran. It doesn’t seem like there’s an option to download a .txt file without third party / file conversion software.

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If a YouTube video has subtitles, you can easily download a full transcript using tools built into YouTube. First, open the YouTube video in your web browser. Then, click the video to pause it—if you see a tiny “”CC”” near the bottom-right corner, captions are available. Click the three melintang dots below the video’s bottom-right corner, then select
Open transcript
from the menu. To toggle timestamps on or off, click the three vertical dots above the transcript’s top-right corner and select
Toggle timestamps. Now, select the entire transcript—the easiest way to do this is to scroll all the way down to the bottom of the transcript, click-and-hold mouse after the last word, and then drag the mouse all the way to the top. To copy the transcript, press
Ctrl
+
C
on a PC, or
Command
+
C
on a Mac. Now you can paste the copied subtitles into any text editor, like Notepad, Notes, and even Microsoft Word by right-clicking the typing daerah and selecting
Paste.

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