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No trick photography. You’re seeing three kittens.

Groucho, Chico, Harpo

Or

Larry, Moe, and Curly

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I said I wasn’t going to do it 🤦🏻‍♂️

Meet Apollo (formerly and possibly still Groucho):
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Just drove 8.5 hours back from Kentucky. Placed him into the litter box and he had loooooooooong pee, and a bit of a poo. He was holding it like a champ!
 

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I said I wasn’t going to do it 🤦🏻‍♂️

Meet Apollo (formerly and possibly still Groucho):
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Just drove 8.5 hours back from Kentucky. Placed him into the litter box and he had loooooooooong pee, and a bit of a poo. He was holding it like a champ!
Just got sent a photo of Apollo's daddy, which I forgot to take while in KY.

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~25 lbs of beefcake. Apollo is gonna be huge.
 

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I got asked by my boss to come up with ideas for an upcoming trade show that is requesting a short 15-40 second Youtube promotional video. Figured I would use my dog as the star...

Anyone know how to make the captions/subtitles show for everyone or do they have to manually select it?


I took a quick look and tested. Not sure if you have already done this, but while editing, scroll down and click on "Show More"
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For the video language select "English"
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The scroll back up and go in to the subtitles editing:
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From there I just typed in "Test" and then extended its duration, then clicked "Done".
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I then saved the edit. When I clicked on "View on youtube" it automatically had the captions enabled.
 
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I took a quick look and tested. Not sure if you have already done this, but while editing, scroll down and click on "Show More"
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For the video language select "English"
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The scroll back up and go in to the subtitles editing:
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From there I just typed in "Test" and then extended its duration, then clicked "Done".
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I then saved the edit. When I clicked on "View on youtube" it automatically had the captions enabled.
Thank you! I followed that format, but I don't really know for sure if it automatically plays them when someone watches. It seems hit or miss when I watch on my phone, for example.
 

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Incidentally, I typically drop my videos into iMovie (Mac) and do all my captioning and transitions there. That way i don’t have to deal with YouTube and its captioning.

A little more challenging is to use Davinci Resolve, which is free and has a LOT of tools. I still need to learn it.
 
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