How can I translate my video?
Click the 🏳️ flag icon on the right side of your editor
Select a language that you want your content to be translated to
Voilà, your translation is ready to use and generate
You can generate videos using multiple language variants at the same time
How many languages can I translate?
We support 31 languages, the list is expanding:
American English 🇺🇸
Brazilian Portuguese 🇧🇷
British English 🇬🇧
European Portuguese 🇵🇹
Norwegian Bokmål 🇳🇴
Wait, that's not 75...!
Currently, we have 44 languages available in Beta.
How can I update a language variant?
Make sure you're in the default language variant to make changes for all other variants.
Click Update language variants to sync your updates to all variants
How do I change the default language?
To change the default language in Colossyan, follow these steps:
Remove all scripts from your draft
Create a new script with your preferred default language
Note that the default language is automatically determined based on your script. By removing existing scripts and starting fresh with your desired language, the new default language will be applied.
What does Mixed mean in my default language variant and how do I fix it?
Mixed means that you have multiple languages in your script. To fix this do the following:
Review all your scenes
Make sure that your script is in the same language in all scenes
What will be translated?
Both the script and text content inside your scenes will be translated. Uploaded image, PDF or video files cannot be translated.
How many videos can I automatically translate?
That depends on your plan.
Translation in this case means generating a video in a different language than your default language.
How does it affect my video generation minutes?
If you have 10 different languages for a 60-second video, 10 minutes will be deducted from your video generation time.
Generating all 10 language variants as videos will deduct the video's length ten times from your video generation time allowance, as 10 videos are being generated. When using auto-translation, calculate the length of your video multiplied by the number of language variants.