Hi Andrew and all,
I have noticed the updates on Share-a-fact movies on YouTube.
As for the Android version,
Japanese caption IS incorporated, but timecode seems broken and is not
fitted to the voice.
(I originally thought that the caption would be used only for Android
version, so I included
the translation of the on-screen text of "Available Now on Android". Sorry
for that, please
remove the last sentence from the caption of iPhone version.)
--Takashi OTA [[User:Takot]]
On Sun, Apr 5, 2015 at 11:55 PM Takashi OTA <
Not sure I'm doing in an appropriate way...
Anyway, here's the Japanese caption.
Here's an .srt format:
00:00:00,000 --> 00:00:01,810
00:00:01,810 --> 00:00:03,890
00:00:03,890 --> 00:00:06,214
00:00:07,078 --> 00:00:08,508
00:00:08,738 --> 00:00:11,928
00:00:11,928 --> 00:00:13,828
00:00:15,353 --> 00:00:20,403
--Takashi Ota [[User:Takot]]
On Sun, Apr 5, 2015 at 11:03 PM Takashi OTA <
> Here's Japanese (ja). Note that there's no "facts" concept in
> translated that word such as "quotes".
> As you said, as this will be a caption, the translation way will be
> little bit different than usual text translation (at least in Japanese).
> I'm an experienced Amara user and I will prepare "caption" version
> --Takashi OTA [[User:Takot]]
> On Wed, Apr 1, 2015 at 3:45 AM Andrew Sherman <asherman(a)wikimedia.org>
>> Hello :),
>> My name is Andrew, I am a new Digital Communications Intern on the
>> Communications team at Wikimedia Foundation. I help edit and publish for
>> our Wikimedia blog, produce digital media, and help with other general
>> communications tasks.
>> We have a short paragraph that needs to be translated:
>> *" Did you know that you can now share facts as images from the
>> Wikipedia app? Start by selecting text in any Wikipedia article. Then
>> select share and the app creates an image with the text using the top image
>> from the Wikipedia article as a background. "*
>> This short script will become captions for a video to be released later
>> this week.
>> Here are a few languages we would like help translating to: Russian
>> Spanish, French, Arabic, German, Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese.
>> Any other languages are welcome and appreciated.
>> Thank you for taking the time to read this email. Thank you in advance
>> for all your help and support.
>> Andrew Sherman
>> Digital Communications | Wikimedia Foundation
>> *E:* asherman(a)wikimedia.org
>> *WMF:* ASherman (WMF)
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