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When should you use descriptive audio?

When should you use descriptive audio?: Accessible Video: Caption, Search, and Compliance Strategies
When should you use descriptive audio?: Accessible Video: Caption, Search, and Compliance Strategies

One technique that makes video content more accessible is descriptive audio. It is a description of what someone is seeing. This helps people who are blind or have difficulty seeing. It describes the scene that is on the screen and gives any other relevant audio. Author Richard Harrington explains when to use descriptive audio.

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