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24 Dec, 2022
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Google is testing a feature that allows users to search for specific sections within video clips using keywords.

Google is currently testing a new feature in India that allows users to search for specific sections within video clips using video captions. These captions can be either uploaded by the video creator or auto-generated by YouTube.

This feature builds upon YouTube's previous efforts to make videos more searchable, such as the addition of video chapter search in 2021 and the ability to search video transcripts in October of last year. This new update represents an expansion of YouTube's efforts to use automated detection to identify entities within video clips.

The inclusion of more text-based search tools in video platforms highlights the importance of accurate captions for creators. Not only can this improve the overall quality of captions, but it can also serve as a guide for viewers.

As Google continues to index video captions in its search results, the accuracy of captions will become an increasingly significant aspect of video strategy and planning. This update has the potential to influence search and discovery behavior, making it a valuable addition for creators and viewers alike.