Will Mozilla Blow It on Captioning?

Joe Clark, accessibility advocate extraordinaire, posted “[Will Moz blow it on captioning?](http://blog.fawny.org/2009/07/27/mozcc1/)”
I don’t know what’s the right answer. But so many organizations do it differently, it’d be near impossible to have a standard for everyone that’s easy to use.


    • Standards Are Possible on July 31, 2009 at 1:01 pm
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    I’d like to refute the statement that such standards for everyone is impossible…take a look at USB 2.0 standards, Blu-Ray standards, WiFi G, N standards, and so forth. If those standards can be reached, then certainly online captioning standards can be reached.

  1. Hey, Standards are possible:
    HDMI standards are still working on HDMI captioning standard (in hdmi cables), and movie studios and video companies have not come to standards for including captions and descriptive audio information in digital movies for theatres.

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