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    Why taking accessibility into account while producing videos ? Why taking accessibility into account while producing videos ? Presentation Transcript

    • Why taking accessibility into account while producing videos ? Sébastien Delorme – Atalan Tuesday, July 06th 2010
    • Sébastien Delorme Accessibility expert & consultant Atalan – www.atalan.fr Member of Paris Web www.paris-web.fr Member of AccessiWeb working group www.accessiweb.org
    • So what exactly constitutes an accessible video ?
    • So what exactly constitutes an accessible video ? captions but…
    • So what exactly constitutes an accessible video ? …readable captions
    • So what exactly constitutes an accessible video ? …synchronised readable captions
    • So what exactly constitutes an accessible video ? …synchronised readable closed captions
    • So what exactly constitutes an accessible video ?
    • Synchronised closed captions To enable to people who are deaf or hard of hearing to watch videos In France, 4 million of people who are hard of hearing including 450,000 with severe disabilities. INSEE – HID survey 1999 (update scheduled for July 2010)
    • captions convey not only the content of spoken dialogue but also equivalents for non-dialogue audio information needed to understand the content, including sound effects, music, laughter, speaker identification and location scary music ♪
    • captions convey not only the content of spoken dialogue but also equivalents for non-dialogue audio information needed to understand the content, including sound effects, music, laughter, speaker identification and location That is why it is important to have closed captions that can be turned on and off creaking door…
    • For a high accessibility level provide sign language interpretation Sign languages are independent languages and are different in each country
    • Other benefits of captioning Low quality audio
    • Other benefits of captioning Langues étrangères (foreign languages)
    • So what exactly constitutes an accessible video ? Audio description : narration added to the soundtrack to describe important visual details that cannot be understood from the main soundtrack alone synchronised audio description
    • « On screen, Mr. Tek, software architect » Mr. Tek – software architect
    • « Man talking on a public phone »
    • So what exactly constitutes an accessible video ? text transcription
    • Justin Eckhouse, CNET, 2009 Source : http://www.w3.org/WAI/bcase/resources.html 30% increase in traffic from Google after CNET started providing transcripts “We saw a significant increase in SEO referrals when we launched an HTML version of our site, the major component of which was our transcripts.”
    • Others benefits for users indexing of video content Example : http://france24.demos.voxalead.labs.exalead.com
    • Questions ? Sébastien Delorme Accessibility expert & consultant, Atalan sdelorme@atalan.fr Credits All photos used in this presentation are licensed under Creative Commons and posted on Flickr. Thank you to : big-film, Biblioteca de Arte-Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, barb_ar, Troy Holden, Lord Jerome, Nej!B, agat_a, Ezu, jcoterhals, Caro Wallis The font used on theses slides is Ingleby is available on Dafont.