TikTok has made it quite easy to turn on captions on the videos you create.
If you're a TikTok creator and want to turn auto captions on, doing so is straightforward.
TikTok has made it quite easy to turn on captions on the videos you create.Just follow these steps:
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Go to Settings > Accessibility > Subtitles & Captioning. If you prefer closed captioning or subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing when available, turn on Closed Captions + SDH. Tap Style, then choose an existing caption style or create a new style based on the following: Font, size, and color.
It's surprisingly simple to handle this minor inconvenience. All you have to do is tap on the caption and then choose the “hide captions" bubble. Once you press onto this bubble, visible captions will disappear completely, and you'll be free to enjoy videos without any visual interruptions.
Turning off the closed captions feature then turning it back on again could be the key to fixing the error. Whilst watching a video with captions, tap the subtitles and press “hide captions” to hide them on your device.
Captions only apply to original sounds uploaded by creators, so you can't add captions to popular songs or other creator's sounds right now. Record your video and press the red check mark to move to the video editing space.
As we continue working to make TikTok ever more accessible, today we're introducing auto captions, a new feature to help people who are hard of hearing or deaf better use and enjoy TikTok. Auto captions automatically generate subtitles, allowing viewers to read or listen to content.
After you've created or uploaded your video, hit the check mark to indicate you're ready to start working on it. You'll now be in the first editing page. Look for the “Captions” icon on the right side of the screen and tap it.
If you have disabled the setting or didn't receive the notification, follow these steps:
Enable auto-captions for your TikTok videos To let the app automatically add captions to your TikTok videos, follow these instructions: Create your video in TikTok. Tap the Captions button. Let it process, and that's it!
Heads up, though: TikTok's new captions are only available to app users who have their languages set to English or Japanese (for now). You can find this under your profile's settings and privacy tab, which can be located on your TikTok profile by clicking on the three dots in the top right corner.
The easiest way to add captions to TikTok videos is through the app itself. After you record your video and press the V to go to the next screen, there's a button that reads Captions. When you choose it, the app uses speech recognition, auto transcribes what you said, and puts it on the screen.
How to Turn Off TikTok Captions on an Android Device
Select the “Aa” icon to add text to your video. Type in the message you wish the Ai to read aloud, then select text-to-speech with the third icon from the left that looks like a talking head. You'll then be offered a selection of TikTok's preset voices. Tap on each of them to hear how your text sounds read aloud.