Re: Meaning of "synchronized media"

It is audio synchronized with anything 
	Some examples
	- audio and video   (e.g. movie, video, youtube 
	- audio and animation
	- autio and interaction   (e.g.   to do x hit RETURN now) 

It is video synchronized with anything
	Some Examples
	- video and audio   (e.g. movie, video, youtube ) (same as above
	- video and interaction  (e.g.  as you watch the video - clicking on the video will cause different things to happen depending where in the video you click)

PS  this would probably be good to put this into the Understanding WCAG 2.0 


> On Feb 5, 2016, at 8:14 AM, Robin Hillman <> wrote:
> Hello --
> I have a question about the meaning of "synchronized media", because the terms used seem very specific. This is related to SC 1.2.5 in WCAG 2.0: <>
> It defines synchronized media as:
> "audio or video synchronized with another format for presenting information and/or with time-based interactive components, unless the media is a media alternative for text that is clearly labeled as such"
> My confusion is around "audio or video synchronized with another format" -- what is "another format"? What would some examples of synchronized media be? Does this necessarily include something like a movie? 
> So does this mean that all videos (I mean, audio & video, like what you would see on youtube) would require described audio in order to meet this SC?
> Thanks!
> -Robin Hillman

Received on Sunday, 7 February 2016 01:34:45 UTC