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Closed captioning and video description make classroom learning a better experience for all students, not just those who are deaf or blind. Captioning and description can also benefit a child with a learning disability or someone who speaks English as a second language.
renders audio, including dialog, sound effects, and other relevant information such as speaker identification and tone of voice into unobtrusive text on the display.
Activating and Trouble-shooting Closed Captioning
provides a narration in between the dialog that helps blind and low-vision students understand the visual content. It describes visuals, scene locations, actions, body language, and on-screen titles.
Activating and Troubleshooting Video Description
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- (CaptionMax World Headquarters)
- 2438 27th Avenue South
- Minneapolis, MN 55406
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- New York, NY 10019
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