VLOG Series – Adobe Captivate – Adding Closed Captioning to Video

Today’s VLOG will walk you through how to add Closed Captioning to a video within Adobe Captivate. Making your courses 508 compliant is an important part of creating an inviting experience for your learners. Our very own Marc Stoecker shows you how to get a video set up for captioning, how to add captioning, and how to fine tune captions so they appear at the right time in the video.

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Meet the Voice

Marc Stoecker is a Learning and Development Specialist with 20 years of experience who flourishes in creative environments.  He has experience in action mapping, scenario-based eLearning design, gamification development, video scriptwriting, multimedia development and the facilitation of instructor-led training.  Some examples of the multimedia development software include Adobe Captivate, Captivate Prime, Photoshop, Premiere, Camtasia and Articulate Storyline.  He also has a Master’s degree in Instructional Design from George Mason University.  

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