http://qued.tv/29132add your cuepoints and English translationat the bottom of the online editor click SBV to download a SBV file of the captions / subtitlessample
(txt ext. so server will display to you as readable text)
Then go to YouTube video / edit / captions and add the SBV file.
Now captions are attached to the video forever, but they don’t default to captions for video viewers.
In order to force captions on add
to the params of the video. a tip i picked up here http://idratherbewriting.com/2010/07/08/showing-youtube-captions-by-default-in-another-language/
and here is a working example
in order to try this you may need a (free) qued.tv account which i can set you up with. email me passion AT qued.tv
tnx to Jimmy for the edit / translation.