Supported Multiple Language Subtitle/Captions

  • Posted on Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Support Languages listed below

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Example Video

Bug checking if your captions are showing as question marks instead of your chosen language then you need to make sure your .vtt file has the correct charset.

You can check this on a mac by running.

file -I

You should get an output like this. text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1

As you should notice this is the wrong charset it needs to be.

text/plain; charset=utf-8

To change the charset simply download sublime drag the file into it and then click file and save with charset select utf-8 the running the file -I command again to check its changed delete and re-upload this new file.

!Important if you are using CloudFront please make sure you clear your cache.

Go to in S3Bubble -> AWS Services -> Cloudfront -> Actions -> Clear cache

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