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That's right. 100% fully subtitled, from beginning to end, made from scratch. But that's not all.

I've added positioning to the video, because of the many important visual/textual elements at the bottom of the video, so nothing gets obscured.

Because they are stylized, they need to be uploaded in a particular, but straightforward manner to work correctly:


  1. Upload the .ytt subtitle on the video page
  2. Touch nothing. As soon as it's uploaded, press publish. YouTube Studio 100% supports stylized subtitles, but cannot edit them without breaking them.
  3. Check the video for confirmation. If the Idiocracy clip at 1:35 is in yellow, it's working as intended.


And that's it. These subtitles took some time to complete (YouTube thinking Ross was speaking Vietnamese didn't help), but they're finally ready. And as always, feel free to give any feedback you have on them.


If you want more on the how, why and what on subtitle stylization on YouTube, check out my "Alternate subtitle formats?" post on the forums. It's about choosing the correct file format for the job, and not overwriting it once you upload it to YouTube.


Edited by Erasmus Roterodamnsus (see edit history)

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