Download closed captions from any YouTube video. Download formats include *.srt, *.sbv, *.vtt, *.txt, and many others inside *.zip.
Working on some miscellaneous tools to provide to the public, I noticed there was some interest by some to rip closed captions from YouTube videos. This tool will do exactly that. Simply enter a YouTube video URL; only if the video uploader has provided closed captions for the video will they be available to download.
YouTube Closed Captions Downloader – Nitrxgen
Upon submitting a YouTube URL that hasn’t been submitted before, my server will download all the available CC tracks. Upon re-submission, the saved data will reload if it’s 60 minutes old to make sure the data is always the latest, but without taking forever to load and wasting bandwidth.
Simply enter a YouTube video URL; only if the video uploader has provided closed captions for the video will they be available to download. Each video can be accompanied by closed captions, usually initialised as CCs. CCs are essentially the same as subtitles except they can be turned on and off at the viewer’s discretion.