What criteria should I follow when creating high-quality video captions for the deaf and hard of hearing?

Video captions allow individuals that are deaf and hard of hearing to engage with multimedia content by providing accurate and well-synchronized text for what is spoken. This includes identification of speaker changes, sound effects, music, and other information conveyed through audio.

For more information

To learn how to create high-quality captions for the deaf and hard of hearing, see the Captioning Key guide developed by The Described and Captioned Media Program (DCMP).

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