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Chapter 5. Other Considerations for Video Accessibility

Carli Spina

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Chapter 5, “Other Considerations for Video Accessibility,” of Library Technology Reports (vol. 57, no. 3) delves into other accessibility considerations for video content. It introduces the idea of sign language interpretation in videos, explains the advantages of this approach to access, and describes the importance of avoiding flashing content to avoid triggering seizures. It also discusses the importance of ensuring that the media player used to display videos is accessible. Finally, it offers guidance on designing visual content for videos that will avoid common accessibility issues.

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