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Working with script files and preparing them for captioning

Working with script files and preparing them for captioning: Accessible Video: Caption, Search, and Compliance Strategies
Working with script files and preparing them for captioning: Accessible Video: Caption, Search, and Compliance Strategies

Two terms that are similar and related, but also different, are scripts and transcripts. A script is a written document that you use when producing a video. It contains what you hear and what you see. A transcript is a written log of what was said. Author Richard Harrington explains how to prepare script files for captioning.

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