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Closed Caption for Deaf VFXers

PostPosted: 09/21/2015, 12:51 pm
by adreanmm
Hey guys,

Off the bat, ya'll are the best. Your videos are very helpful and have helped me boost my AE skills tremendously.

However, I'm deaf. I managed to follow your mouse and whenever I did something wrong or missed some important step, I had to go back and followed the mouse again. I want you to try to mute the video and follow it. It's easy, right? But you are missing a lot of important information that aren't being shown on screen. Sometimes, the mouse would pause in the video and I can tell that Andrew is talking about something but I don't know what he is saying.

Not only that, I have other deaf co workers in my post production team and I always refer your tutorials to them so they would beef up their vfx skills. Quite often they had to go extra mile to figure out the step that they couldn't quite follow.

I am positive that the CC will not only bring in the deaf people but the rest of the world who rely on CC to be able to follow along.

Much Thanks,
Adrean

Re: Closed Caption for Deaf VFXers

PostPosted: 09/24/2015, 10:50 am
by Dustin Hudson
Hey Adrean!

Thank you for the suggestion! We'll be sure to keep this idea in mind for sure! In the meantime, if you ever have a question feel free to ask on the forum or contact us at support and we can point in the right direction.

Best,
--Dustin

Re: Closed Caption for Deaf VFXers

PostPosted: 11/7/2015, 12:53 pm
by abiel2008
is this design for hearing people only?

Re: Closed Caption for Deaf VFXers

PostPosted: 11/7/2015, 12:56 pm
by abiel2008
viewtopic.php?f=33&t=87686&p=372558&hilit=closed+caption#p372558 is old forum about closed caption and i still wait for you to make a closed caption since

Re: Closed Caption for Deaf VFXers

PostPosted: 12/14/2015, 12:21 am
by abiel2008
Bump

Re: Closed Caption for Deaf VFXers

PostPosted: 03/12/2016, 7:36 pm
by abiel2008
Well Any luck ?