Aula integrates with the following external tools that can help you create subtitles for your videos.
Panopto provides the ability to caption videos and then embed them in Aula’s Materials or Community Feed posts. Educators will need to have access to a license for Panopto, as this is not included directly as a part of Aula.
Panopto’s Support email: firstname.lastname@example.org
YouTube provides the ability to caption videos uploaded to its platform. However, hosting videos on YouTube is not necessarily available or desirable for some educators.
YouTube’s Support page: https://support.google.com/youtube/?hl=en#topic=9257498
Vimeo supports captioning either by uploading your own subtitles or by turning on the Closed Captions feature.
Vimeo’s Support page: https://vimeo.zendesk.com/hc/en-us
Echo360 provides Closed Captions too.
Echo360’s Support page: https://echo360.com/support/
Planet eStream may also provide captions, but this has to be checked with your institution, so they can check the configurations for you.
Planet eStream’s Support email: email@example.com
Please note that these tools are external to Aula. If you find any technical problems while using the subtitling feature in any of them, it can be necessary to reach out to their own Support.