|September 2, 2014||Posted by PW-admin under a11y, social media, video, web accessibility, youtube|
Web accessibility is a big deal, and it is important to make your contact as accessible as possible to disabled people. This includes adding closed caption, or subtitle, tracks to videos where possible.
In some countries this is a legal requirement, but even where it isn’t, there is surely a moral requirement, especially for charitable organisations, to make their content accessible.
Adding subtitle tracks to youtube videos is simple, once you know how. Watch this video for step-by-step instructions on how, exactly, to add closed captions to a youtube video.