A look at different types of captioning.
Auto-generated Transcripts and Captions
Computers are getting better at auto-generating transcripts and captions.
Auto-generated Captions in MS Teams
How to enable auto-captions in MS Teams.
In order to maintain reading rate, non-essential information can be removed.
Video Conferencing for Hearing Impaired Staff
Software-based meetings, such as Zoom video conferencing, are particularly difficult for staff members who have hearing impairments.
Video Captioning Providers (staff access only)
Instructions on how to engage a video captioning provider.
Creating Captions with MovieCaptioner
MovieCaptioner is a captioning program for Mac and Windows that exports in a variety of formats.
Uploading Captions to YouTube
On YouTube, locate the file's Captions and Subtitles page, and upload your SRT file.
Live Remote Captioning
Instructions on how to provide captions in real time.
WCAG 2.0 Standards
If video files are used, captions or a synchronized text transcript should be provided.
Tips that all deaf and hearing impaired students want teachers to know.
For assistance or to report accessibility problems please contact:
Web Accessibility Lead
Phone: +61 3 9035 4867