Scribit Pro and Drupal
Accessible video easy to integrate into Drupal
Thanks to a special module of scribit.pro for Drupal, it is now even easier to place accessible videos (with audio description, transcript and subtitles, for example) on your website.
Drupal is a popular CMS system for building websites and applications. More than 1.7 million websites are based on the CMS, including many public service sites that must comply with WCAG 2.1 guidelines.
Thanks to modules, Drupal offers many additional options to create even more complete websites. If you want to make a video accessible on Drupal websites, all you have to do is put the URL of the YouTube video in the Scribit.Pro module. Professionals from Scribit.Pro then produce the accessible files for the video within 5 days. The files are automatically added to the video on the website. This makes the video on the site accessible to a large group of users and you meet the WCAG 2.1 AA guidelines for accessible videos.
Take a look here: https://www.drupal.org/project/scribit_pro