In 2009, Google introduced automated closed captioning for its videos, marking a wonderful advance for the deaf and hard of hearing. Google deserves mega kudos for this advancement. It is not just "better than nothing." The innovation can be truly helpful, and six years later, the tech is still being improved.
That said, there are still major reasons that content makers in general, and churches in particular, should not rely on Google Automatic Captioning (GAC):
ReSermon can meet any turn-around deadline. Whether you need it in a week from now or an hour from now, we're ready when you are.
Plus, you don’t have to delay posting your video content on account of ReSermon. If the video has to publish immediately, do it. Posting both the file and the closed caption file at the same time is ideal, but if something is that time sensitive, then you can upload the video, notify ReSermon, and we will immediately begin on the CC file. Then, we can log into your YouTube or Vimeo account and upload the file directly. All the while, the ability of your viewers to consume your content will be uninterrupted.
Whatever your tight turn-around needs, ReSermon won't disappoint.
By English: Cpl Erik Villagran [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons