I am not hearing impaired, but growing up I used to watch television with closed captions on. Growing up I didn’t like loud things and preferred to read dialogue instead of hearing it. This had its perks over time. For one, I learned to read quickly, at least at the same pace as human speech. I also learned to tolerate undubbed foreign films.
I’ve learned as an owner of a video production Chicago company that for whatever reason, lots of people appreciate having closed captions in their videos. And it might be wise to add some to your corporate videos. Certain video websites even give people the option to turn them on and off, and that availability is a nice touch for the people who like them.
It might be a good idea to include captions when you are finishing any video editing. Below is a video editing tutorial on creating closed captions for YouTube videos.
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