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How to Create & Use SRT Files

An SRT file or SubRip (.srt) file is one of the most common types of raw closed caption file formats. SRT files are what make it possible to add closed captions to video content after it is produced.

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How to Engage Students in Online Learning

To facilitate online learning, many colleges and universities have invested in remote learning management software and video conferencing tools. In fact, before the pandemic, the adoption of education technology was already on the rise, with…

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When Is Closed Captioning Required by Law?

Whether you’re hard of hearing or have watched content in a noisy, public environment, you’ve probably benefitted from closed captions at one time or another. You’ve probably also encountered inaccurate captions that haven’t matched what’s…

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How to Create Subtitles for a Video

In a world of global, accessible online content, subtitles and captions are an essential part of today’s video landscape.  While the terms are often used interchangeably, they are different. Video captions improve the accessibility of…

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What Are Forced Subtitles?

Forced subtitles are a type of burned-in-text used to provide clarification on the plot or details of a video. Also known as forced narrative subtitles or forced captions,  they provide the viewer with further information…

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