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Notice: Timmins Office

Digital Media Captioning

Let us caption your videos so you can communicate with culturally Deaf, oral deaf, deafened and hard of hearing employees and consumers, reach new markets for your products or services, and comply with disability legislation.

Why caption your videos

Closed captioning (CC), also called “Same Language Subtitling,” allows viewers to read written text of what is being said in a video. Unlike open captioning, it can be turned on or off.

Adding captions to your videos, especially on your website, means you can:

  • communicate your message to culturally Deaf, oral deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people
  • make it easier for individuals learning English to follow what is being said
  • enhance search engine optimization, allowing potential customers to find your products or services
  • comply with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, which requires websites to provide captioning of video content

What we offer

Our Digital Media Captioning service provides:

  • quick turnaround time and digital delivery
  • a variety of file formats
  • Canadian spelling and language
  • captioning in English (French captioning coming soon)

If you’re looking for live captioning for a meeting or event, contact CART.

Contact us for Digital Media Captioning services

E-mail: translation@chs.ca 

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