Thousands of customers auto-caption their German videos with Sonix
How do I auto-caption my German videos?
Sonix can easily help you auto-caption your German videos
Just follow these six easy steps to quickly create captions from your German video:
Log in to your Sonix account
Create a free Sonix trial account—includes 30 minutes of free auto-captioning for German videos.
Upload your German video
In Sonix, click “Upload” and choose the German video file from your computer that you want auto-captioned.
Please make sure that you select German as the language spoken before clicking the “Transcribe” button.
Split your auto-captions
You’ll receive a German transcript in a few minutes based on the length of your video. From the Subtitles menu, select “Split subtitles” Sonix will split the subtitles by line or by character count automatically for you.
Polish German captions
Names and other proper nouns might be misspelt by our algorithms, please spend a few minutes making these minor corrections and adjusting the timestamps.
Export German captions
Click export and choose the format that you'd like your subtitles either German Subrip subtitle file (.srt) or German WebVTT file (.vtt). Or, from the Subtitle menu, you can choose the ability to burn-in the German captions into your video.
Or, from the Subtitle menu, you can choose the ability to burn-in the German captions into your video.
All done! You’ve auto-captioned your German videos in less than ten minutes.
How long will it take to auto-caption my German videos?
Sonix uses the most cutting-edge transcription algorithms to quickly caption your German videos. Our automated transcription servers can auto-caption a one hour German video in under 10 minutes. You'll be able to edit and fine-tune your captions using our powerful subtitle editor.
Do you export in multiple caption file formats?
Yes we do! After you are done auto-captioning your German videos, you can easily export them in German Subrip subtitle file (.srt) or German WebVTT file (.vtt).
How to export SRT files from your German video files
What German video files does Sonix support?
Sonix accepts most video file formats including the popular *.webm and *.mpg formats. Here's how Sonix can help you convert these file types into subtitles:
How to create subtitles from *.webm files
Best way to auto-caption your German videos
Sonix automatically transcribes and translates your audio/video files in 38+ languages. Easily search, edit, and share your media files. Sonix uses the best automated transcription models to help you auto-caption your German video files. Fast, accurate, and affordable. Millions of users from all over the world.
Includes 30 minutes of free transcription