Posts tagged with: Subtitles
Netflix announced that it is expanding its audio descriptions and subtitle features to more languages to improve accessibility.
Firefox 100 brings several accessibility improvements such as support for captions in Picture-in-Picture video and improved focus indicators.
When it comes to running a live stream for your video game reveal or event, auto-generated captions don't cut it and are not suitable.
Subtitles are in most modern games, but good subtitles are significantly harder to come by, so here's a list of why subtitles are needed in video games.
When we launched our Deaf game review site, OneOddGamerGirl, I assumed it would be a fun hobby that maybe would help a few Deaf and HoH gamers not buy games that hadn’t taken their needs into consideration in the design process. Our process was simple – Susan (who is Deaf) would get a game and […]
Yellow Subs Machine is a tool for game development thoroughly researched and expertly created by John Kane. Badly executed subtitles (or nonexistent subtitles) remain one of the biggest hurdles in video games for Deaf and hard of hearing players. And it’s impossible to tell what the standard is or if there even is one, when […]
Far Cry 5 could be a perfect game. It’s got everything needed to get us hooked and interested in exploring the world. Animal companions which you can pet, things that explode, an enemy that isn’t some bad representation of everyone’s favorite go-to enemy, the brown skinned extremist, and a truly stunning world to explore and […]