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YouTube partners with vendors for paid translation service

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Last year, Google began offering a "request translation" option for YouTube, letting you or others muddle your way through video caption creation. If you don't want to leave it up to strangers or the vagaries of machine translation, Mountain View's now offering paid, professional services through two outfits, Gengo and Translated.net, in 36 languages. Once you've created your video and added a caption track, you'll be able to see an estimated price and create an order, after which your vendor of choice will send the translation directly to YouTube. Once approved, it'll be live on the site, ensuring no misunderstandings of your latest opus.

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