Red Hen's various search utilities can export hits to a comma-separated file for use in various software packages, such as the statistical software package R.
But a human being using a web browser to read a page of closed-captions or a page of a transcript while selecting video clips might need a quick crib. Google Translate provides such a crib. Use the Chrome browser. For example, in the Edge Search Engine, a viewer using Chrome and checking the text page or the metadata page might see any of a range of languages. Here is an example in European Portuguese:
If you click on "Translate," Chrome translates the original language into any language Google supports. Then, if you hover over a translated line, Chrome reveals the original alongside the translation. Note that the on-screen text in the video is not translated. Here is a Chrome translation of the Portuguese page:
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