Captioning Formats for Videos

Timed Text Markup Language vs Web Video Text Track What are Timed Text Markup Language (TTML) and Web Video Text Track (WebVTT)? How do we.

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Captioning Support in Internet Explorer 10: An Accessibility Breakthrough

Guest blog by Thomas Logan and James Herndon www.equalentry.com If you frequently watch video content on the web, you may have noticed the recent increase.

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New Internet Closed Captioning Requirements Now in Effect

The following information is reposted from the FCC: On January 12, 2012, the FCC adopted rules requiring captioned programs shown on TV to be captioned.

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Closed Captions and Media Player Compatibility

Section 508 requires that all multimedia (audio and video) provide synchronized captions for people who are deaf or hard of hearing and synchronized video description.

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U.S. Captioning Requirements

Like subtitles, captions display spoken dialogue as printed words on a television screen or monitor. Captions, unlike subtitles, are carefully placed to identify speakers, sound.

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