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January 30, 2014

Adding Closed Captions for your Videos in Adobe Captivate 7

VideoCCAdding closed captions to your eLearning courses is a basic requirement to meet accessibility standards like Section 508 and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. You can easily do so for your audio-based courses by adding narration to your screen, adding slide notes, and then converting those slide notes to closed captions.

But a little known fact is that you can have closed captions for slide videos as well. Watch this short tutorial to learn how to associate close captions with your videos embedded in Adobe Captivate 7 courses.

No time to watch the video? Need to take a look at some quick steps? Here you go… Continue reading…

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