Make your videos accessible with Audio Description
Use your free credit to comply with WCAG 2.0 and make your content accessible for the blind and low-vision community.
What is Audio Description?
Audio Description (AD) enables those who are blind or have low vision to access videos. It is a term that describes the auditory narration of the visual elements in a video or film during the pauses in the audio track. A voice-over describes key visual elements such as gestures, actions and other visual information through narration. This includes speaker names, titles and other text that may appear on screen. Audio Description is done by a Voice Artist or a Synthetic Voice.
What do we offer?
Standard Audio Description involves adding the spoken description of visual elements in the natural pauses of the video, such as between sections of dialogue and during the beginning of a scene, so as to keep the video length the same as the original video.
Extended Audio Description is required when a video may not have enough natural pauses. This involves the editing of a video to freeze or pause at points throughout the video to add the spoken description. Extended AD will increase the length of the video.
What do we audio describe?
We can provide Audio Description for any of your videos that you want to make accessible for people who are blind or have low vision. We can make sure that your video complies with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). All you need to do is provide us with the video file. We create the descriptions, record them and add them to your video!