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Captions and Audio Descriptions

Audio book concept. Headphones and books over stone table with AD, captions, video, and microphone icons.

The company that captions instructional videos and creates audio descriptions, Verbit, has multiple checks in place to ensure accuracy. Filters prevent problematic terms from slipping through. And employees at Verbit put a human touch on every video that goes out, catching things a computer might miss. 

The earlier you can send your videos in, the more time the captioning support team, both NCOD: Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services, and Verbit, will have to check the accuracy of the captions and complete other steps to give you the highest quality results.  

You can submit supporting materials (slides, handouts, anything you’re sharing with your class) when you send your video. These additional resources may help Verbit further improve the accuracy of captions, transcripts, and audio descriptions.

To submit a video for captioning, visit the NCOD Media Captioning page

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