With the rise in popularity of podcasts and audiobooks, it was about time for a creator’s tool like Jupitrr to come along and change the game. Jupittr makes content creation for social media fast and easy by turning audio into shareable video.
To make audio into a shareable video, make a title, record the audio on any device and generate the video with auto-generated subtitles. Not only is it easy and fast, but this new creator’s tool is also available unlimitedly, 100% for free. Many content creator tools are paid or limited in some way but Jupittr is not. Jupittr also offers unlimited video duration, unlimited transcripts, and unlimited HD videos, all for free. The only thing that Jupitrr requires is an internet-capable device with a microphone, no app downloading necessary! (Which is good because who has the device storage for yet another app, am I right?)
Content creation and promotion are usually extremely time-consuming but Jupittr creator, Lee Tsz Hoi, wanted a faster and more streamlined approach. Less time creating content means more content can be created and more content promotion can take place. The most interesting part of this application is that it creates auto-generated subtitles of the audio it accompanies. This is revolutionary for creating accessible content for both the and visually impaired but also for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing and does not require any additional work for the content creator, as much of the content being generated on social media either lacks the ability to be close captioned, relies heavily on visual components or is extremely time-consuming to close caption. With 253 million people being visually impaired worldwide and 360 million people worldwide being Deaf and much of the internet remaining inaccessible, especially websites and social media sites, the implication of the new creator tool is huge, not just for creators but also for consumers.
Jupittr recently launched and is currently available for use. Jupittr’s recent launch is very exciting and it will be interesting to see the effects it will have in the content creation space, for content creators and content consumers, especially from an accessibility standpoint.