Visit the CCT page for information on how to save and upload your videos to Echo 360. Once your video is in Echo 360, captions will be automatically generated. If you have a student enrolled in your class with the accommodation of captions, the Library Accessibility Services office will automatically receive notification that captions are required and begin editing these captions.
These are videos that would be shown in class if we were on campus.
Submit a request through the captioning request form. We caption both library and instructor owned video material.
Upload to YouTube, MacVideo or use Microsoft Word's Dictate program, and edit the captions.
Support for live captions as part of an accommodation is provided by Student Accessibility Service (SAS)
Each platform has a unique way to enable or add live captions, however, Teams is the only platform that includes live captions as an integrated service, at this time. The others allow you to add in a 3rd party service.
How to add or enable captions in each platform:
The library is only able to support classroom video content. We suggest that the cost for captioning is built into the cost of production. Most caption providers charge between $1CDN/min - $1.50USD/min for English captions.
There are many caption providers out there, here are some of our providers: