Described Video

We make visuals and text audible with description. Describing video for blind audiences is an art form unto itself. The following three steps are needed to create description tracks for your media, and All Senses Go can help at every stage.

Scripting

Work with All Senses Go to write concise, vivid descriptions that help blind audiences to better understand the visual world of your film or video.

Voicing

All Senses Go partner Michael Herzovi (of Herzovi Talks) is poised to record your description with a nuanced blend of expressiveness and objectivity. We are happy to provide links to voice samples to determine what kinds of vocal quality best fit your media.

Mixing

Once description has been written and recorded, it needs to be blended with your audio mix to create a Secondary Audio Program (SAP) track, which can then be made available for broadcast and streaming platforms.

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