Nofanity removes swear words from YouTube videos

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Nofanity is a desktop application that censors swear words in YouTube videos. It was created in order to make YouTube content more family-friendly and help people avoid exposure to objectionable language.
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Charles Magnuson
Charles Magnuson@magnuson · Professional Consumer
Anyone who cannot handle cursing should not be on the internet, let alone YouTube. Parents: Curse words have never hurt a single kid in the history of the world.
Abdisalan Mohamud
Abdisalan Mohamud@mohamud94 · Software Engineer, Dispatch
@magnuson sticks and stones may break my bones but words will emotionally scar me for the rest of my life
John Mitchell
John Mitchell@john_mitchell · CEO at Hapi
@magnuson Could not agree more. I thought this was a PC culture parody... though, because everyone is offended by words these days and this is a subscription service, maybe it will be lucrative ha ha.
Aaron  O'Leary
Aaron O'Leary@aaronoleary · Community @producthunt. Chef.
Really cool idea here. Profanity .I feel has become a go to way of getting laughs on youtube by creators, which can be annoying to rightfully concerned parents
Thiago Sardim
Thiago Sardim@thiago_sardim · Human
Great idea plus its pretty quick.
Greg Hundermark
Greg Hundermark@ghundermark · English Teacher, Pequea Valley SD
@roman_scott Hi Roman. I'm an Instructional Technology Coach for a high school & would love to share this with our faculty. Do you offer a free or discounted version for teachers? Either way, very cool!
Roman Scott
Roman ScottMaker@roman_scott
@ghundermark Hello, I have sent you a private message!
Lachlan Kirkwood
Lachlan Kirkwood@lachlankirkwood · Digital Marketing Specialist
Really impressive to see how fast the NLU classifies each unique video!
Roman Scott
Roman ScottMaker@roman_scott
@lachlankirkwood Depending on the length of the video and how fast the computer is, it can take about one to five minutes, but it only runs once and the swear word timings get saved to a database. I explain it a little more in-depth on the website!
Lachlan Kirkwood
Lachlan Kirkwood@lachlankirkwood · Digital Marketing Specialist
@roman_scott Looks great 👍