Creating Accessible Video Files
YouTube and various other tools now make it easy to share videos with your users. But what about your users with hearing impairments? Include captioning on your videos so that deaf users (or even people using computers without speakers) can watch the video and still understand the message. We've even put together a list of tools to help create captioning on your videos.
- Captioning Software and Technologies
- More Captioning Softwares
Web Captioning Overview - WebAIM
This article is a general discussion of captioning video files. It takes a top-down approach, explaining basic concepts rather than getting into detailed techniques for each media type.
Self-paced online tutorial designed to show you how to make multimedia accessible for individuals with disabilities... transcripts, captioning and audio descriptions.
Flash Accessibility - WebAIM
Basic overview and how-tos of Flash accessibility.
- Flash Accessibility
- Provides numerous resources for Flash developers - including best practices, an FAQ, and coding examples.
- Developer Connection
- Adobe brings together an online community of Flash developers and offers accessibility solutions for problems ranging from trivial to complex.
- Developer Documentation
- Includes a great deal of technical information on the Accessibility class built into ActionScript 3.0.
- Accessibility Blogs
- The Adobe blog is a good source for up-to-date news regarding Adobe products, including Flash, Dreamweaver, and Acrobat PDF.
Note: documents in Portable Document Format (PDF) require Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or higher to view,
download Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Note: documents in Excel format (XLS) require Microsoft Viewer,
Note: documents in Word format (DOC) require Microsoft Viewer,
Note: documents in Powerpoint format (PPT) require Microsoft Viewer,
Note: documents in Quicktime Movie format [MOV] require Apple Quicktime,