HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) examples with Closed Captioning (cc)
HLS compatibility opens access to lots of streaming content as it is the most ubiquitous Internet streaming format. HLS is the common denominator for online live or on demand video and support opens your display to a large library of valuable and timely content.
Closed Captioning (cc) in certain cases CC is a legal requirement. This can be important especially in corporate communications environments. Captioning and subtitling is more than just something nice to offer viewers of commercial content in public spaces. It is a legal requirement to comply with Americans with Disabilities Act and similar legislation throughout the world. As digital signage continues to evolve into a communications tool, not just a selling tool, the importance and obligation of delivering that message to everyone.
|Streaming with Captioning||Example of good video quality||Example of poor video quality|
|4||Plays back cleanly, audio and video are in sync|
|3||Plays back with periodic glitches|
|2||Plays back but barely, not very watchable|
|0||Doesn't play back at all|