Faculty Resource Guide
What To Do If the Video/DVD is not Captioned
§ If the videotape or DVD you are bringing in or the existing title in the Library Film Collection is not closed-captioned, you can conduct a search for a captioned copy in the marketplace using the Described and Captioned Media Program administered through the National Association of the Deaf (http://www.dcmp.org/ ), or to get information on agencies that will caption the video.
§ If there is a captioned copy available, it can be purchased with your department’s approval.
§ You may also contact the following resources to add subtitles/captions to your video material.
Technologies: CSU discounted
We offer over 40 output types, all listed at http://www.automaticsync.com/captionsync/support/result-formats/
We are integrated with a wide variety of video platforms and lecture capture systems.
To create an account on our system, please fill out the form at http://www.automaticsync.com/caption/sign_up.php
Overstream.net (for YouTube clips): http://www.overstream.net/
Easy, though a bit time-consuming. Videos have to be shown from on the Overstream site.