Showing posts from October, 2012

Closed Captioning for the iPad

Closed captioning for the iPad is really very easy. First we will use MovieCaptioner to create our captions and then we will export them as a Sonic Scenarist (SCC) caption file. These are the same type of captions you might see on TV and are often called Line 21 captions. We will use Apple's Compressor software to create the captioned video for the iPad. First, after opening Compressor, if you see a Templates Chooser window, just hit the Cancel button. We won't need this. Drag your movie to the window with the downward facing arrow... Next, go to the Window menu and select Show Inspector if the Inspector window is not already open... Once the Inpector window is open, if it appears blank, click on your movie in the main window and the info for the movie should appear in the Inspector window... Now click the Additional Information tab in the Inspector window and choose your SCC file from your hard drive... You can close the Inspector window, then go to the Window menu and

Captioning Recorded Adobe Connect Meetings

If you need to caption Adobe Connect meetings that have already been recorded, there is an easy way. First, download these template files . The files contain an instructional PDF with screenshots showing you how to download your recorded meeting, how to caption it using MovieCaptioner , and how to make the captions work. The process is simply this: Download your Adobe Connect recording and name it "main.flv" (case sensitive). Load the movie into MovieCaptioner and create the captions. Export the captions as Flash (DFXP) caption file naming it "captions.xml" (the default name from MovieCaptioner for Flash captions). Copy the template folder and name it what you want. Drop the "main.flv" and "captions.xml" files in the folder, replacing the 2 files with the same name in the template folder. Launch the "index.html" file in the folder to check your work. Upload the whole folder to your Web space and link to the "index.html&qu