Some functions in the Standard Mode rely on our self-hosted servers. If you see these "error" subtitles:

{ This audio time point has exceeded the free recognition quota } { This subtitle time point has exceeded the free translation quota }

It means that you are using server functions, but the server refuses to process it.

Because we have certain costs for operating servers, we cannot provide unlimited free quota. Users need to pay to obtain more quota.

  • If you are not willing to pay, then you can close the corresponding subtitle menu, or use the Native Mode.
  • If you are willing to pay, then you need to purchase and set up an API key.

API keys

An API key is a random string, for example, 24c12dac-9608-4d08-b35e-81be10b22372.

  • The API key cannot be made public or leaked to others.
  • The server handles requests based on the fair usage policy.

Set up API keys

On the toolbar button page, click the Settings link:

On the extension setting page, switch to the Network tab, in the API Key field, enter your API key:

Click the Check button, to get the API key status.

Confirm the API key is valid, then close the extension setting page.

Go back to the video page, refresh the page, the API key takes effect.