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Automatically Skip Profanity on ClassHook

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ClassHook helps educators find videos from a variety of media. As useful as videos are in the classroom, we know that not all clips are 100% G-rated. Sometimes you come across the perfect video only to find that it contains profanity. With ClassHook, you can safely show that video to your class using Automatic Profanity Skipping. Follow the steps below to enable this feature, and you won’t have to worry about profanity in your classroom again!

Video Tutorial

Step 1: Click the Closed Captioning Button

Click the Closed Captioning (CC) button beneath the video player to access the subtitles settings.

Step 2: Enable the Skip Profanity option

Toggle the Skip Profanity option, and the clip will automatically skip over the parts of the video that use profanity when you play the video back.

You also have the option of turning on subtitles and censoring the captions. If you toggle Subtitles and Censor profanity, the subtitles will add [censored] in the place of the word. Keep in mind that if you choose to censor subtitles, the audio will still play. To avoid all profanity, we recommend enabling both profanity skipping and censoring.

ClassHook’s video library is constantly growing in a variety of subjects. By allowing you to skip profanity present in videos, we hope you’ll feel comfortable using a variety of videos in your work with students.

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