In today's fast paced Enterprise environment, the use of video for communications, training, tacit knowledge capture and re-use, is exploding. But as the use as a means of reaching and empowering employees and organizations increases questions around accessibility arise. How can an organization ensure that its media content is inclusive in its accessibility? What kind of an effort is required to provide accessibility? Thankfully the folks working on Office 365 Video have taken this in to account and have simplified the process of providing closed captioning, in a variety of languages, for organizations employees.
On this episode of Mid-Day Café host Michael Gannotti covers closed captioning in Office 365 Video. If your organization is looking to leverage media in Office 365 then this is a session for you and your colleagues.
Tech news links from this broadcast:
- The Future of SharePoint
- Project Server 2016—born in the cloud
- The SharePoint Framework—an open and connected platform
- OneNote, ELL and special education at Sammamish High School
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Resource links from featured content:
- Indexing files using Azure Media Indexing (Visual Studio Project)
- Azure Media Services Explorer download
- Add subtitles or captions to a video in Office 365 Video support article
- Slides from this presentation