Today we take a look at how Closed Captions in Connect has changed in the newest version of Adobe Connect, 12.4. The best part about this enhancement is that you don’t need any service or live captioner to have CC in any room. Our very own Andrew Chemey will show you how to set your system up to take advantage of this feature and then show you how to add it to any Adobe Connect room that you have on your account. This will allow all of your participants to turn on Closed Captioning for themselves and adjust the size and color of their CC window. Hosts can capture and download the text from the captioning. Check out this VLOG for all the details!
Meet the Voice
Andrew Chemey has over 25 years of experience in eLearning and Development. In addition to building content or managing LMS / training, he has been a QA Manager and Developer on both the tools used to generate that same content; and the LMS’s used to launch/track the content. He started his career at Macromedia , working on the development teams of several Macromedia and Adobe products including Authorware, Flash, Connect, Captivate and Presenter. He specializes in the back-end technologies such as AICC and SCORM standards or APIs that are used to provide solutions which enhance the experience of the customer and especially their learners