Closed Captioning

More accurate captions, powered by people

Ensure your video and audio content is accessible to people with disabilities with AudioEye’s closed captioning and transcription services.

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We partner with 3Play Media to provide Closed Captioning and Transcription services at a reduced cost to our clients, helping you provide captions and transcripts that are at least 99% accurate, even in cases of poor audio quality, multiple speakers, or accents.

What are the benefits of closed captions?

  • Be accessible

    According to a study by Johns Hopkins University researchers, about 48 million Americans have hearing loss severe enough to impact communication and listening.

  • Follow WCAG guidelines

    The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) require organizations to provide captions for all prerecorded audio content — including video.

  • Reach a wider audience

    Adding closed captions to your multimedia content can improve comprehension for different audiences — including people who browse the internet with their sound off.


Humans make all the difference

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Humans make all the difference

Although AI technology continues to improve, automated captions often introduce mistakes that can distract and frustrate users.

With AudioEye, all work is done in the U.S. by professional transcribers who are native English speakers. Custom vocabulary and instructions can be added for every file, further improving accuracy and quality.

Help everyone enjoy your multimedia content

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Help everyone enjoy your multimedia content

The most obvious use case for closed captions is people with hearing impairments, but everyone can benefit from accurate captions, including:

  • People with learning disabilities and neurocognitive differences that affect speech comprehension.
  • People who browse the internet with their sound off.
  • People who are learning a new language.

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