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Last August, YouTube launched a new captions feature allowing viewers who might not otherwise be able to understand a video's audio track to follow along, especially those who speak other languages or who are deaf or hard of hearing. However, that the process of adding closed captions to your video -- uploading a text file -- leaves a bit to be desired, even though YouTube supports a wide range of formats from various captioning service and software. A caption editor on YouTube would surely make life easier.

Today said editor, CaptionTube, makes its way to TestTube, thanks to the hard work of Google user experience designer John Skidgel.