VIDEO: How to Get Started with Live Captioning

Feb 2 2019 David Titmus
VITAC CMO John Capobianco speaking at a podium
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VITAC’s Chief Marketing Officer John Capobianco discusses how to get started with live captioning.

Turn the captions on by clicking the “CC” icon on the video player. Then click “captions (en-us)”.