Closed Captioning greatly improves the accessibility of video, but it can be too expensive for many institutions. Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) offers a good starting place for in-house closed captioning, which may be a more scalable option. Learn how to edit an ASR transcript into fully compliant closed captions with this short tutorial.

You can download the free Atom text editor featured in the video here. Install the packages language-vtt and vtt-helper via the built-in package manager.

To learn more about how ASR will improve the learning experience, check out this post: 3 Ways ASR Will Improve Your Echo360 Experience.

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