Captioning Video for the Internet

Monday, March 9, 2009


Captions are text that is equivalent and synchronized to the content of video. While captioning is vital for access to audio by individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing, captions also benefit anyone in a noisy environment, those learning a language, and anyone searching for video content on the web. This session will identify common captioning terms and guidelines, overview conventions for transcripts and captions, and feature practical solutions that will help you provide accessible video for your online customers.

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Marsha Schwanke Web Developer, BTAC: Southeast ADA Center