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Open or closed captioning is available by human captioners or AI-based machine captioning. Our video players can include multiple CC channels, one for each language. Studies show up to 50% of all viewers use captioning when available, regardless of their hearing ability. 


Your webcast can include a series of language channels for the same live video stream. Language buttons allow viewers to choose their preferred language and listen to an interpreter. If captioning is provided, we can also provide an audio version of the captioning, in up to 120 different languages.

Sign Language

Sign language for deaf and hard of hearing people is provided by a Deaf Interpreter in the corner of the screen (large enough to be clearly seen). In Canada, American Sign Language (ASL) is used for English, and La langue des signes quebecoise (LSQ) for French.