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AI Translation for Windows

Wondershare Filmora’s AI translation feature can effectively translate multiple sources of languages into your desired one. Following are the proper directions to access and use the AI translation option of Filmora Windows:

How To Translate Videos Using the AI Translation

This section emphasizes the step-by-step process of translation with Filmora’s AI:

Step 1: Launch Filmora and Initiate a New Project

To start off, launch Filmora on your desktop and continue to select the “New Project” button from the homepage. When directed to the editing window, select the “Import” button in the media panel and import your required video content.

import media content to filmora
Step 2: Add Video To Timeline and Access AI Translation Feature

As you drag and drop the video content into the timeline, look for the “AI Translation” icon on the timeline toolbar.

access ai translation from toolbar

Conversely, you can right-click on the video present in the timeline and choose the “AI Translation” option within the drop-down menu.

access ai translation from menu
For the combined voice and text translation, Filmora can recognize 23 source languages, such as Spanish, German, or Italian. While translating, it can only translate your content into 14 target languages. However, when it comes to text translation, it supports translating all 23 languages it recognizes.
Step 3: Choose to Translate Text or Voice and Text

Once you choose AI Translation, a dialogue box will appear. There, head to the “Translation Type” section and extend its list to either choose “Translate voice and text” or “Only translate text.”

select translation type
Step 4: Set the Parameters for Translation

Upon choosing the translation type, pick your media's “Source Language” using its extended list. Repeat the same process when selecting the “Target Language” for translation. Afterward, toggle the “Auto-match” option to match the transcription to the timeline. Tap the "Translate" button after setting all translation parameters, and the process will start.

set source target and translate
Step 5: Wait and Export the Final Results

A pop-up screen will appear showing the translation processes. Wait until you get the “Completed” status, which means the translation is done. Finally, you can close this dialogue box and play your media to see results. Later, proceed to the top-right side and use the “Export” button to save the media on your device.

export final translated video