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Closed captions vs. open captions: When should you use them?

Closed captions vs. open captions: When should you use them?: Accessible Video: Caption, Search, and Compliance Strategies
Closed captions vs. open captions: When should you use them?: Accessible Video: Caption, Search, and Compliance Strategies

To help with those who have auditory impairment issues, or for situations where it is difficult to hear the audio, captions really come in handy. There are two types of captions you can use: open captions and closed captions. Author Richard Harrington suggests things to consider for when you are deciding to use one or the other.

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