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StormBerry | YouTube with Subtitles


StormBerry | YouTube with Subtitles


I have stumbled across, a video portal that is dedicated to providing subtitles of videos in different languages. So if there is a foreign video on YouTube that you don’t understand then StormBerry aims to have the translated version.

The site looks like it has been roughly thrown together lacking an appealing design and is not that easy to navigate. That said the subtitling part of it works great. Load up a video and read the subtitles, nice and simple.

Community Driven

It is a community driven website where the users of StormBerry TV translate videos from YouTube allowing other people to watch them. It’s a great idea and it seems to work well, it just needs a better design built around it.

Videos that are translated into English can also be roughly and automatically translated into 3 other languages.

This is something that YouTube should look at doing themselves as YouTube is full of videos from all sorts of languages. This would of course put StormBerry quickly out of business.

Japanese Anime Translated

A lot of the translated videos on the site appear to be Japanese Anime translated to English. To give you taste here is an example but even with the translation this video seems odd (I tried to embed the video here but it didn’t work so well).

[StromBerry TV]

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  1. Daniel

    May 5, 2007 at 10:13 am

    Thanks for your comments about

    We have changed the layout of the main page slightly to make it look a little more clean for the benefit of the public. As for the embedding, I guess it still needs more testing.

    The site is still in beta testing, so we really need comments and feedback.

  2. LYndsay

    July 9, 2007 at 12:45 pm

    Will you sub this and the next 3 eps for all the fans. Veoh is alot better than youtube considering they just got bought out by google.

  3. Chris Tew

    July 9, 2007 at 3:10 pm

    Lyndsay – who are you asking – the idea is that community members of translate videos.

  4. Paul

    August 9, 2008 at 4:39 am

    Also try Babel Bear (

    You can add subtitles directly on top of YouTube videos and request subtitles for videos that don’t already have them.

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