an artifact separate from the original, just as a talking book or large-print or Braille edition is separate from a printed book
a one-page display of the instructional text presented in a topic
a text version of the audio content
a text version of the video
Text describing video or audio. Transcripts are equivalent alternatives for people speaking and other important sounds. For videos, transcripts also describe important actions, body language, graphics, scenes, etc..][Remove reference to â€˜equivalent alternativeâ€(tm). differentiate from captions
Text associated with a video or clip. Closed captioning is the most common form of text in the transcript; other types can include speech-to-text translation or teletext.
A "transcript" is a text representation of sounds in an audio clip or an auditory track of a multimedia presentation. A "collated text transcript" for a video combines (collates) caption text with text descriptions of video information (descriptions of the actions, body language, graphics, and scene changes of the visual track). Collated text transcripts are essential for individuals who are deaf-blind and rely on braille for access to movies and other content.