Re-​Associate a Captions File to a Video

Note: A captions file must have previously existed in order to re-​​associate it with a video. Log into D2L. Select My Media from the D2L Home Page, located in the upper-​​right corner. Locate the video for which you wish to re-​​associate the captions file. Select the video thumbnail and/​​or video title to open the video. Select the Actions drop-​​down menu, and […]

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August 4th, 2016

Remove a Captions File

Important Note: Removing a captions file will disassociate the file from the video. The captions file will still exist and all edits previously made will be saved. The captions file can be re-​​associated with the video at a later time. Log into D2L. Select My Media from the D2L Home Page, located in the upper-​​right corner. Select the […]

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August 4th, 2016

Download a Caption Transcript

Log into D2L. Select My Media from the D2L Home Page, located in the upper-​​right corner. Locate the video for which you wish to download a transcript. Select the video thumbnail and/​​or video title to open the video. Select the Attachments button. Download the transcript_XX.txt file, where XX is an abbreviation for the transcript language. Select the down arrow to begin […]

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August 4th, 2016

Closed Captions Overview and FAQs

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Standard 1: Accessibility and Usability, of the LCC Course Management Standards, instructors must make reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities when notified by the Center for Student Access. Accommodations include, but are not limited to, providing accurate closed captions and transcripts for video media.​ Users are […]

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August 4th, 2016

Review and Edit Machine Captions

The accuracy of machine captions is dependent on the quality of the recording and the speaker’s voice. Typically, the accuracy of machine captions will be about 70 – 80%; therefore, the captions must be reviewed and manually edited to 100% accuracy to meet ADA Standards. For more information on ADA Standards, click here. NOTE: Captions should remain UNPUBLISHED […]

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August 4th, 2016

Order Machine Captions

Important Note: The accuracy of machine captions is dependent on the quality of the recording and the speaker’s voice. Typically, the accuracy of machine captions will be about 70 – 80%; therefore, the captions must be reviewed and manually edited to 100% accuracy to meet ADA Standards. For more information on ADA Standards, click here.Captions should remain […]

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August 4th, 2016