[Athen] Adding captions to YouTube videos you don't own
sreavis at ncsu.edu
Mon Jan 30 07:39:24 PST 2017
Amara.org provides a free caption editor for online videos. You just need
to create an account and have the video's URL to get started.
University IT Accessibility Coordinator
Office of Information Technology
E: sreavis at ncsu.edu
NC State University
Campus Box 7109
Raleigh, NC 27695
All electronic mail messages sent to or received by this account are
subject to the NC Public Records Law and may be disclosed to third parties.
On Mon, Jan 30, 2017 at 10:10 AM, Adam Kosakowski <AKosakowski at clarku.edu>
> Hello wise list-ers!
> A professor of ours is showing a YouTube video they don’t own and that
> doesn’t have accurate captioning. We are currently working on a transcript
> but I definitely want to see if there is any way we can add captions to the
> video since that is way better than a print-out transcript. I reached out
> to the video’s poster to ask that they enable community captioning, but
> haven’t heard back yet. 3PlayMedia can give me access to a Caption Plugin
> that lets me do exactly this, but that costs however much they charge for a
> Pro account with them and being a private university we are looking to go
> as cheap as humanly possible.
> Any ideas/leads?
> Adam Kosakowski
> Director of Student Accessibility Services
> Clark University
> Preferred pronouns: he/him/himself
> Email: AKosakowski at clarku.edu
> Phone: 508-798-4368
> Fax: 508-421-3700
> To make an appointment, please call the office or stop by!
> *Student Accessibility Services website*
> athen-list mailing list
> athen-list at mailman13.u.washington.edu
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the athen-list