YouTube has a built-in transcript option to convert the content of the video into written text. You can use this feature to get information from a video without watching the whole content. To make thing a lot easier, you can use Google Gemini AI to summarize YouTube videos in any language. Here is how it is.


There are a couple of AI tools, like AI, available to summarize YouTube videos. Here is how you can use Google’s Gemini AI to generate concise and informative summaries of YouTube videos almost in any language. Gemini will give an overview of a video before watching it, and it will save time from watching a lengthy video.


Note: You can also use ChatGPT to summarize YouTube videos. Here is how it is.

How to Summarize YouTube Videos Using Gemini AI?

1. Copy the URL (share link) of the YouTube video you want to summarize.

2. Next, open the Gemini app on your phone and paste the link to the YouTube video.

3. Now, ask Gemini to “give detailed summary.”

4. In a few seconds, Gemini will show you the summarized results, along with the key points of the video.

5. If you require a more detailed information, ask Gemini to expand the content by tapping on “Tell me more.”

Summarize YouTube Video using Gemini AI

Please note that as of this writing, this feature is accessible to certain beta testers and developers, and it will soon be made available to all users worldwide.

What is new in Google Gemini AI?

Google’s Gemini (previously known as Bard) boasts several useful features, including Project Astra, Ask Photos, spam detection during calls, Let Google TalkBack to You, and Ask with Video. Among these, Project Astra stands out as a significant advancement – a vision for the future of AI assistants.

Let Google TalkBack to You feature of Gemini AI enhances accessibility by providing spoken feedback, making it easier for users with visual impairments to interact with their devices. The AI now supports video-based queries, allowing users to search using video content. Spam detection during calls is a new AI based feature for Android, which will help users identify and block spam calls. It will improve user experience and security.

Ask Photos is another AI feature. Google Photos now benefits from a major AI upgrade. It’s designed to assist regular users with their queries, making it more intuitive and helpful.

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