Video + Subtitle Publisher for Twitter

 

It's easy to start subtitling your videos:

1: Get your video and subtitles ready

Once you've signed up and connected our tool to your Twitter account, get your video and subtitle file ready.

You can create your subtitle file with a normal text editor like Notepad or TextEdit. It's a really easy format and we provide guidance in the tool.

Just ensure your video is in MP4 format and less than 500MB in size.

2: Publish your video and subtitles

Compose your tweet's text and choose the language, then upload your video and subtitle files.

It just takes a couple of minutes and the system will let you know if there's any problems with what you've submitted, so you can make corrections.

Only successful tweets count towards your 5 a day limit, which runs from midday to midday UK time.

3: Done!

Take a look at your Twitter account to view the tweet, complete with video and subtitles.

Then come back and publish some more great content with accessibility built-in.

If you think it's a great tool, please let others know through our referral scheme where you can get a little discount off your monthly fees*.

 

A few points to note:

bullet All content must comply with Twitter rules.
bullet You can cancel anytime by giving a month's notice.
bullet There are no refunds for unused periods of time.
bullet Daily limit is for the whole service, not per Twitter account.
bullet Provision of services is subject to Enbecom Ts&Cs.

 

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* The referral scheme, AKA the Enbecom Affiliate Programme, is subject to terms and conditions. One of these is that you receive a percentage of a referred client's actual spend. Therefore, if you refer a charity which gets a 100% discount, you will get the satisfaction of knowing you helped the charity out, but no money - sorry!