Accessible video content: fast and easy with Scribit.Pro
The best scenario is that all of your online videos are being viewed by everyone. But then, every viewer must be enabled to watch them in the first place. By adding audio description, subtitles and a text alternative to your video, viewers with a visual, auditory or cognitive impairment, or people with reading difficulties or autism are also able to understand your video. You have come to the right place: at Scribit.Pro we turn videos into accessible videos.
If you don't have the time to make your video accessible yourself, Scribit.Pro comes to the rescue. All you need to do is send us your video and we'll do the rest. In no time you can publish your accessible video together with the ready-made supporting files.
Audio description, subtitles, text alternatives or a sign translation? Or the whole caboodle, as soon as possible? Consider it done.
Fast and reliable service
Scribit.Pro turns your video into an accessible video. We’re speedy, skilled and professional. Our pros are here to help.
We'll take care of everything
No time to delve into the guidelines for digital accessibility? We have already done that for you. With Scribit.Pro services, your video content fully complies with WCAG, the guidelines of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. You do your thing producing videos, we handle this..
Ready before you know it
On a strict deadline? No problem. We can provide your video with supporting files within 24 hours.
Choose the subscription that fits your needs
There is always a subscription that suits your situation. Are you in doubt about the best option or do you have special requests? Schedule an appointment and we'll make a custom subscription.
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