Imagine a world where you can search for anything using keywords in YouTube subtitles, just like searching for a word in a book.
Well, my friends, such a world actually exists. And the best part is, you don’t even need to hop into your Tardis to get there.
Often, we find ourselves scrolling through videos without finding what we’re looking for or getting lost in a sea of other videos. It can be quite disheartening. Thankfully, “Movieot” is here to solve this problem swiftly.
This website makes it incredibly simple to search for specific keywords or phrases in the subtitles of over 630 million YouTube videos, spanning approximately 48 million channels. It’s truly unbelievable, isn’t it?
For example, if I type the word “Easy Tech Tutorials” into the search box, I can quickly discover all related videos.
So, how does it work? Well, it’s actually quite simple.
Just visit the Filmot website, enter your search query, and voila! The results will be presented to you with the magic of the Internet. If there are too many results, you can even apply filters to refine your search. It’s almost too good to be true, but it is!
Now, what if the subtitles don’t perfectly match the audio or the language of the video? No worries! Since the subtitles are automatically generated by YouTube, errors can occur. However, you have the option to report any inaccuracies by clicking on the “Report” button of the respective video.
All in all, Filmot is an excellent tool and a fantastic resource. I highly recommend giving it a try and testing it out for yourself. You can find it here.