Tag: closed-captioning

  • A flash of ASL but no captioning? Oh, the irony.

    New iPad video has ASL from 0:35–0:37, but none of the 5:37 video is captioned. ASL sells but captioning costs, #Apple? http://t.co/ZMuVA1j5 — Daniel Greene (@danielgreene) March 7, 2012

  • You can now adjust the closed-captions on my YouTube vlogs

    Announced today: YouTube’s enhancements to closed-captioning. I’m glad to hear this! I am a longtime supporter of closed-captioning. I posted my first closed-captioned video on Google Video just after they implemented closed-captioning in 2006. Now YouTube has implemented CC settings that allow viewers to adjust the font, size, color, and background of captions. Even better, […]

  • I welcome you to June by singing “June Is Bustin’ Out All Over!”

    One of my favorite songs for one of my favorite months: “June Is Bustin’ Out All Over” from the Broadway musical Carousel– music by Richard Rogers and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein. Have a great June!

  • Google Video Shutting Down*

    *Google Video is shutting down as a content host but will continue as a video search. In case you ever uploaded a video to Google Video and didn’t get the memo that they’re shutting down, here’s a copy of the email from Google yesterday:

  • Singing and signing Happy Birthday in ASL

    This is a creative interpretation of The Birthday Song sung in English while signed in ASL (American Sign Language). It is more a compilation of different ways people sign Happy Birthday in ASL than it is an answer to “how do you sign Happy Birthday in ASL?” I chose signs with similar handshapes to create sign rhymes.