ADOBE CAPTIVATE 2017: Improved Closed Captions

by Kevin Siegel, COTP, CTT When it comes to accessibility, Adobe’s products have always been some of the best available. Nevertheless, Adobe found a way to improve them. Take Captivate’s closed captions for example. Closed captioning is the process of adding text to the screen to support learners with a hearing disability. The idea behind closed captions is for the hearing challenged learner to see exactly what the narrator is saying as the narrator is saying it. While Captivate has featured closed captions for years, developers had limited control over how the text looked or where the captions appeared on-screen for the learner. Adobe has raised the bar quite a bit with Captivate 2017. To add closed captions, add voiceover audio to a slide and then choose

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