Captioning

We help make dialogue and sounds visible with captions. And unlike big captioning companies, we work directly with filmmakers and producers to ensure that captions are accurate and true to a film's intentions.

Streaming Video & DVDs

Adding captions involves more skill than simply letting YouTube automatically subtitle your streaming video. Speakers should be identified, music should be indicated, and important sound effects should be highlighted -- all things that YouTube can't do. All Senses Go can turn your transcript or auto-captioned file into one that meets quality captioning standards for deaf and hard-of hearing audiences. The tech to make captions available on DVD is a bit trickier than online -- but we can help you make it happen.

Open vs. Closed Captions

What's the difference between open and closed captions? It's simple! Open Captions are visible on screen for everyone to see, whereas Closed Captions can be toggled on or off, according to an individuals preference. We can create both kinds.

 

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