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Captivate Prime now supports captions for video content uploaded in Captivate Prime. Now, authors can upload the file containing captions, along with the video file. Then, the learners can view the captions during the playback of the video module.
The format supported is Web Video Text Tracks (webVTT).
Caption support is available for video and audio content files uploaded in Content library in Captivate Prime.
Caption support is available for video content uploaded in Content library in Captivate Prime.
As an author, when you’ll upload a video or audio content, you can also upload the .vtt file that contains the captions.
The subtitles then appear in the Fluidic Player. The captions are also compliant to WCAG2.0 standards.
When you add a video content to the library, you can also add the vtt file, which must be a valid file.
For more information, see Add WebVTT file for videos.
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