We are slowly trying to make all the courses on the site as accessible as possible. Therefore, we have begun adding subtitles & closed captioning files. 
We are going to be adding more languages & more courses in the near future! 

Below are instructions on how to uses them for various devices. 

OPTION 1: THE EASIEST WAY:

The easiest way to use the subtitle files is to STREAM them. This is also the best way to access them on a tablet or phone. 

Step 1.) Simply sign into your account on my website and navigate to the “My Courses” page. (https://creatureartteacher.com/my-courses/)  

Step 2.) Select the course and lesson you would like to watch. 

Step 3.) Press “CC” (Closed Caption) icon in the lower right hand corder of the video player and select your preferred language. The press the “Play” button & Enjoy! (See Example below):

 

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OPTION 2: HOW TO USE SUBTITLES ON A PC, Mac, or Linux COMPUTER: 

If you choose not to STREAM the lessons and prefer to download them you can also do that. There are various video players on various platforms so we cannot provide instructions for every case. 

However, we recommend that you use a FREE, secure, video player called “VLC” it’s available HERE: (https://www.videolan.org)
The great thing about VLC is that it works on pretty much all devices and will play virtually any video file you ever come across.

 

Instructions Below:

 

Step 1.) Download the video files and subtitle files from your order confirmation email or from the “My Downloads” page on the website. (https://creatureartteacher.com/my-account/downloads/)

Step 2.) Make sure that you UNZIP the “Subtitles and Close Captions Files” .ZIP file. 

Step 3.) Open the VLC player program. 

Step 4.) Select “File -> Open File” from the VLC menu and find the video file your wish to watch. 

 

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Step 5.) Now that the desired video is open. Select “Subtitles -> Add Subtitle File” from the main VLC menu. Then browse to the subtitle track that matches the video name in your chosen language. That’s it. Press the “Play” button and enjoy. (See Example Below):

 

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NOTE: VLC should automatically continue to load the subtitle file as long as you don’t change it’s location on your computer. If you DO move the subtitle or video files you may need to relink them. 

Also, you can turn Subtitles OFF in VLC anytime by selecting “Subtitles -> Subtitle Track -> Disable”.

 

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Up-to-Date List of Courses With Subtitles & Captions:

Complete Animation Course:

  • English CC
  • Spanish (Español)
  • Portuguese (Brazil)
  • Chinese (Mandarin)

Fundamentals of Animation Course:

  • English CC
  • Spanish (Español)
  • Portuguese (Brazil)
  • Chinese (Mandarin)

Animation "Scene Approach" Course:

  • English CC
  • Spanish (Español)
  • Portuguese (Brazil)
  • Chinese (Mandarin)

Figure Drawing & Character Design Bundle:

  • English CC
  • Spanish (Español)

Character Design with Aaron Blaise:

  • English CC
  • Spanish (Español)

How to Draw: Human Anatomy: 

  • English CC
  • Spanish (Español)

Pen & Ink Drawing with Aaron Blaise: 

  • English CC
  • Spanish (Español)

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Last Updated: 11/27/2018