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Vivie Sinou
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By James Neal

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Aaron Garner
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Terrific tutorial James.  Thanks for posting this.

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Isabel Anievas-Gamallo
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Great video, Thank you, James!

I got it! Finally!

Thank goodness for asynchronous tutorials! 😀 

Thanks again!

Isabel

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James Neal
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@isabel-anievas Nice work! I would love to hear how to process goes when you use your own video with time stamps as your "cut" places. 😀 

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As an addition, in the video I reference a short video to show how to quickly get into the Screen Recorder App. I wanted to include that link here.

Click the link below to view the video:

https://sjdc.instructuremedia.com/embed/d4002849-928c-45e9-937f-34c1d916f625

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Mary Ellison
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Thanks for your instructional videos.

I used the screen recorder to cut out the beginning of a Zoom video using your method. I had already edited the captions in Zoom and uploaded them for my cut version using the original .vtt file. Unfortunately, now the captions (from the original longer version) don't match because I have cut it. Do I need to re-caption the cut version using studio or is there another solution?

I followed your way of editing in screen recorder by "inputting" from my computer hard drive. Is there a way to "input" a video from studio? For example, one that I have already added the captions too via the .vtt file? Then, presumably, I could cut video and captions together.

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Sorry "import" not "input"

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James Neal
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Hi Mary! Great question! 

When you do this you have a few options. I think really it will just come down to a time exchange depending upon which one you want to use.

First would be, as you said, to use Studio to generate new captions. From there you can edit them, or even use the original captions side by side just to quickly find any inaccuracies that were made during the re-caption in Studio. 

Another option that I was able to fit in during Q&A of a Tech Tuesday is how to edit caption timing. You are reminding me this could use a video, though I am happy to demo for you one on one as well. The way we did the edits in the session was really to modify the timing when one or two words are off timing for some reason in a caption.

For your case, if I am understanding correctly, a third option might be best for you. When trying to help others with the caption timing for a few select words, I also found a solution that seems to shift the entire timing a set amount. This might actually be best for you. I have yet to try it, so if you can share with me a video with edit rights, I would love to run through the process, look for any trouble steps, and make a demo video for you!

To do this, just go to share as you would for the link/embed code, but choose the People option instead of links as seen in this image below. 

Screen Shot 2022 01 09 at 1.04.24 PM
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