Testing SlideShare Auto-transcripts: public experiment

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Ever wonder how SlideShare detects what to include in the auto-generated transcript? Yeah, me too. While uploading a deck (since deleted), I was hoping to add my voiceovers to the transcript section since that particular presentation was heavy on visuals, light on text. The deck you are now viewing has text box elements

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  • Discoveries so far: Transcripts won't read graphic text and won't take bullet/number lists and make them pretty. Also, visual order of transcript in line with top-to-bottom layout.
    Hack: trick the auto-transcript by putting your voiceover text in a text box behind everything else.
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  • Will it detect when items are in the notes? That would be dope for the transcript section.
  • Again, some notes in the notes.
  • Testing SlideShare Auto-transcripts: public experiment

    1. 1. This is a TEST of SlideShare auto-transcripts WHAT DOES IT DETECT?
    2. 2. Will SlideShare detect lists? ZEBRA COLORS 1. Black 2. White 3. Brown ZEBRA COLORS • Black • White • Brown
    3. 3. This text box is actually “behind” the photo What about the order of page layout? Is it detemined by depth of the elements detected in the code or simply top to bottom, left to right? This text box is “above” the question in Z-index This text box is at the highest Z- index

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