Example for Checkpoint
1.1n - a text equivalent for video.

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A text equivalent for video would be a description of the scenes and actions that are taking place in the video - but not the spoken dialog. In this example, the description of what is happening in the video is interspersed with the text equivalent of the dialog. As in the previous example, the preferred method would be to integrate and synchronize the textual equivalent of the video in the movie clip itself.

Select this link for an example of a transcript of a QuickTime movie that includes complete captioning and video description.

See QuickTime instructions for the movie clip on which this transcript is based.

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