[nfbwatlk] Webinar on accessible player March 15

Lauren Merryfield lauren at catlines.com
Tue Mar 15 02:14:08 UTC 2016

I got a "404 not found" message when I went to that site.

Blessings in Jesus' name! John 1:7 But if we walk in the light, as He is in
the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus, His
Son, purifies us from all sin. ... My digital evangelism blog is at:
w w w . ask in jesus name . org (remove the spaces). 
Advice from my cats:"meow when you feel like it." 

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EASI Free Webinar: Providing Accessible Media using Able Player

Presenter: Terrill Thompson from U. Washington

Tuesday March 15 at 11 Pacific, noon Mountain, 1 Central and 2 Eastern

Able Player is a free, open source, accessible media player for playing
video on web pages. It has a wide variety of accessibility features,
including fully accessible buttons and controls, support for closed captions
and foreign language subtitles, support for audio description (using two
different methods), sychronized sign language, adjustable playback speed,
chapters (for adding navigation and structure to your video) and an
interactive transcript. This session will explore these and many other
features, and will provide basic instruction on how to add Able Player to
your websites.

register from http://easi.cc/cllinic.htm


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