October 30, 2017 from 2pm-3pm ET

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A FREE WEBINAR PRESENTED BY 3PLAY MEDIA

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ACCESSIBILITY COMPARISON  OF MAJOR VIDEO PLAYERS

ACCESSIBILITY COMPARISON OF MAJOR VIDEO PLAYERS


 

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Gian Wild

CEO and Founder

AccessibilityOz

Elisa Edelberg (Moderator)

3Play Media

WEBINAR OVERVIEW

Harvard and MIT have been sued by the National Association for the Deaf (supported by the Department of Justice) for lack of accurate closed captioning on their videos. This keystone case also involves the inaccessibility of the video players. 

Gian Wild, CEO And Founder of AccessibilityOz, works in the area of web accessibility: making sure websites and mobile apps can be used by people with disabilities. At the forefront of her work is accessible video players. AccessibilityOz has tested the accessibility compliance of a number of different video players, and the results are eye-opening. In this webinar, Gian will talk about what makes a video player accessible, give us a peek into the testing she has done, and share the results of which video players are fully accessible.

Tests include the following:

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Monday, October 30th

2pm-3pm ET

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PRESENTERS

Elisa Edelberg (Moderator)

3Play Media

Gian Wild

CEO and Founder

AccessibilityOz

Video is not keyboard accessible

Video volume cannot be modified independent of the system volume

Video does not have a transcript

Color contrast in the video captions is not sufficient

Video controls do not have a highly visible keyboard focus indicator

Player's controls are labeled

Player's controls are easy to locate

Next and Previous are easy to find

Transcript's text is easy to find

Volume level is announced while changing

VISUAL KEYBOARD ACCESSIBILITY TEST

SCREEN-READER ACCESSIBILITY TEST

VISUAL KEYBOARD ACCESSIBILITY TEST

Video does not have a transcript

Video controls do not have a highly visible keyboard focus indicator

Color contrast in the video captions is not sufficient

Video is not keyboard accessible

Video volume cannot be modified independent of the system volume

Video is not keyboard accessible

SCREEN-READER ACCESSIBILITY TEST

Player's controls are labeled

Player's controls are easy to locate

Next and Previous are easy to find

Transcript's text is easy to find

Volume level is announced while changing