How subtitles enable video service in noisy settings

Whether a video is designed to sell a product, announce a service interruption or simply provide information, subtitles can help achieve that goal — especially in settings where the audio is too low or is drowned out by ambient noise.

In these environments, a subtitle service can provide a visual solution, and supplement (or replace) audio voice overs through the use of on-screen text.

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One thought on “How subtitles enable video service in noisy settings

  1. Let’s not forget a work environment, where more noise is disruptive, or laptop users at home while family is doing other things. (Along with the gym, my use cases)

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