If you’re like me, you search for captioned video on a per site basis. For example, you use [Hulu](http://www.hulu.com/search?query=dance&st=1)’s cc only caption feature, [Google Video](http://video.google.com/videoadvancedsearch)’s show captioned videos only feature and [YouTube](http://www.youtube.com/results?search_type=videos&closed_captions=1&search_query=dance)’s “closed captioned” type feature.
Even these search tools are not perfect. For example, I added subtitles to all of [my YouTube videos](http://www.meryl.net/user/meke), but they don’t show up on YouTube’s caption search. Why? Because I didn’t upload a separate file with captions. They were already in there when I uploaded it. I have no way (that I know of) to identify the video as captioned. [22frames.com](http://22frames.com/) did.
22frames aims to index every single captioned and subtitled video. Not only that. 22frames also includes videos that you can enjoy without hearing audio. Instead of going to the Hulus and YouTubes and searching for captions or watchable videos, you can go to [22frames](http://22frames.com/) rest assured you’ll enjoy every video (well, unless its content is lousy).
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