Welcome to the online subtitle converter, this web application can be used to convert between different subtitle file formats. Curated by (Lifekludger) Read full article at Source: Subtitle Converter
A how-to guide on adding closed captions to your Facebook videos. Curated by (Lifekludger) Read full article at Source: How to add closed captions to Facebook – Ai-Media
… 4. They know that mobile is king and silence is golden. On Facebook, three-quarters of all video content is seen on a mobile device. Since smartphones allow us to watch videos anywhere that’s connected to the Internet, we’re watching video almost everywhere. And when you’re in public places, silence is golden.Here’s a look atContinue reading “9 Video Secrets Only Top Marketers Know – Ai-Media”
Making images accessible for people on Twitter When you Tweet photos using the Twitter app for iOS or Android, you have the option to compose a description of the images so the content is accessible to people who are visually impaired. This article includes information about how to enable the Compose image descriptions setting andContinue reading “Making images accessible for people on Twitter | Twitter Help Center”
… Facebook announced the release of automatic alternative text – or automatic alt text – for images posted to Facebook. Automatic alt text uses object recognition technology to generate a description of a photo, processing each through Facebook’s artificial intelligence engine to establish image content. … At the time of launch, the team has focused the systemContinue reading “Facebook Automated Captions Improve Accessibility, Provide Additional Insights | Social Media Today”
The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) has formed an alliance of organisations representing the interests of Australians who are Deaf, hearing impaired and those who rely on captions for information, to bring attention to the growing issue of inaccessibility of online audio/visual content being posted to websites. Specifically, there are concerns around the amountContinue reading “Online video captions must be accurate and readable”
Stumbled across this service the other day. Lists captioned movies and TV shows as well as a search facility. You can customise results to shown within a certain area. Howeverer it only seems to be US-Centred currently. I’d really like to see this expaned to other countries, especially Australia. Captionfish: A captioned movies search engine.
The goal of the Mac Video Tutorials Subtitle Project is to caption the Apple video tutorials that help users learn to use the Mac. To make this great resource available to non-English speaking users, and to those with hearing impairments or language processing problems. A great use of crowd sourcing. [Mac Video Tutorials Subtitle Project viaContinue reading “Mac Tutorial Video Subtitles”