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Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 05/17/2012, 3:45 pm
by DanVent90
CC means Closed Caption. Every tutorial video need to have CC.. :/ So, I can understand what are you saying in tutorial videos.. Because I am deaf. Thanks.

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 02/26/2015, 12:22 pm
by abiel2008
Me too .. I am deaf myself and I really want to learn after effects but I have hard time to understand you. Please make all tutorial with closed captions.

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 02/27/2015, 3:53 am
by krisq
I'd recommend changing the title of the topic to 'Tutorials with Closed Captions'. CC can mean a lot of things in video world: closed captions, creative cloud, cycore effects etc.

Re: Tutorials with Closed Caption

PostPosted: 02/27/2015, 3:32 pm
by abiel2008
is that better?

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 03/6/2015, 3:19 pm
by abiel2008
Bump

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 03/14/2015, 6:12 pm
by abiel2008
Hello???

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 03/15/2015, 6:03 am
by LordEdington
You should drop an email to support... although VC staff frequent the forums, the best way to get something like this in-front of them would be to drop them an email. Closed Captions would make sense though.

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 04/22/2015, 1:02 pm
by abiel2008
HELLO??! I DO WANT CLOSED CAPTION ON ALL TUTORIAL VIDEO. I DO WANT LEARN AFTER Effects.

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 04/22/2015, 3:14 pm
by LordEdington
What did support say when you emailed them?

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 04/24/2015, 10:39 pm
by abiel2008
We do our best to make them as universally understandable as possible, and we feel visual tutorials is the best way to accomplish this.



We may in the future do subtitles, but there is no time frame for this, our apologies for the inconvenience.



Thanks for your feedback.
I got their response on March 15 2015.
you know what part I hate about hearing people who own company that they tend to make closed caption in 5 to 10 years later. I felt like they don't want deaf people to learn. That suck!

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 04/25/2015, 4:31 am
by LordEdington
Well why are you saying "HELLO?!!?" if support have already got back to you with an answer?

But anyway... in the meantime, you can always watch the Youtube versions of the tutorials with CC turned on. It's not very good, pretty terrible to be fair, but you should be able to get the gist based on what's happening in the video.

https://www.youtube.com/user/videocopilot/videos

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 05/3/2015, 12:06 pm
by abiel2008
I been wait for them to make closed caption. No thank I do want a real closed caption not YouTube closed caption. How deaf people will understand you if you don't make a closed caption?

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 07/1/2015, 10:33 pm
by abiel2008
Hello I still want closed caption please

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 07/10/2015, 10:53 pm
by abiel2008
Hello???

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 07/12/2015, 1:34 pm
by abiel2008
Hello??

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 07/12/2015, 1:56 pm
by plae57
There are a lot of tutorials in Spanish and German that I watch, but because I am monolingual, and only speak English, I have to turn down the sound and watch the screen pausing all the time to see what the tutorials is trying to do. So in a slight way it is a similar situation to yours (mind you I can not comparing being deaf to speaking one language).

What you need to do is contact the tutorial author and describe the situation and let them know it would be great if they could create a closed captioned version for you and other deaf artists. After talking to them, they will make a decision if they have the additional time and funds to create a closed captioned version or not (It takes both time and money to create a special closed captioned version). Perhaps if there is a group of individuals with a similar issue you could all combine your requests to show the author that there is a call for a closed captioned version.

Anyway, simple repeating the same "hello" post in a user forum will probably not get you the answer you are looking for. Good luck.

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 08/20/2015, 4:48 pm
by abiel2008
I don't get what you mean but you can make closed caption in movie editor ... it not really extensive. I just get it. Hearing people don't have time to make closed caption and don't care about other people who can't hear!

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 08/21/2015, 1:52 am
by Guitarboy2828
Why don't you watch tutorials on Lynda.com. They have text that is highlighted as the person is talking, so you can read exactly what they are saying as they go.

It takes A LOT of time to add closed captions to videos. As it is, all Video Copilot's tutorials are free and that is a huge benefit to the video community. Maybe one of your friend's can download the videos you want to learn and put subtitles on for you? I'm sure there are also people online that would happily do it for you for a small price.

http://visualsubtitling.com/Subtitling-Services.php
http://www.capsubservices.com/

Or, as Plae57 suggested, watch the video on slow speed, and pause to see exactly what he is doing. I have to do that a lot too.

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 08/22/2015, 2:53 pm
by abiel2008
Yeah ..the problem is that video tend show the shortcut key and I can't hear what they said about shortcut key.. you know what I said.

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 11/7/2015, 12:53 pm
by abiel2008
Hello??

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 12/15/2015, 12:19 pm
by abiel2008
Bump

Re: Tutorials with CC

PostPosted: 01/7/2016, 10:40 pm
by BrianEvans
CC can mean a lot of things in video world: closed captions, creative cloud, cycore effects etc.