I’ve added captions and transcriptions to my lessons on working with documents and folders on the Mac. These lessons are part of my Tutor for Mac, and they are designed to help you get acquainted with managing your document and folders on the Mac. With these lessons, I start by showing you how to select multiple files, save documents and the different options available when saving documents, and deleting and recovering files and folders. I also look at how to copy, move, and group files as well as searching your files. If you want to open a document in different apps, I cover that as well as using spring-loaded folders to easily move files around. I start wrapping it up with compressing files into a single file with Zip, viewing the meta data of files, and how to batch rename multiple files. I end with a lesson on tagging your files to help keep them organized on your Mac.
The following lessons for the Working with the documents and folders on the Mac, now include captions and transcriptions.
- Selecting Documents and Folders
- Working with Save Dialog Boxes
- Deleting Files and Folders
- Copying, Moving, and Grouping Files
- Searching with Spotlight Search
- Specifying Applications for Documents
- Using Spring-loaded Folders
- Compressing Files and Folders
- Viewing Document Information
- Renaming Files in Batches
- Tagging Files and Folders
So how do the captions work? While watching the video, you just click or tap on the CC in the playbar of the video.From there you can choose to show captions. The captions are in available only in english.
What about the transcriptions? The transcription makes it easy to see, or read, what the video is about. It also makes the search on my site more robust. Now when you search for a term, any lesson with that term or terms in the transcript, will show up in your results. So if I mention it in the video, you’ll be able to search for it. I have most of the transcript hidden by default, you’ll see about 3 lines of the transcript below the video description. Click on ‘Show all the Transcript’ to view the entire transcript.
I’ll be adding more captions on a regular basis. I’ll keep you posted. I hope you find them helpful!