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March 27, 2015

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Eddie

Jennie,

Thanks for detailing the ways a script is useful. But do you need to include the slide accessibility text (the 6th way you mention) if you are already reading the slide with TTS and providing closed-captioning? What happens if you do include the accessiblity text and also have voiceover, for people using screen readers? Does the screen reader reading the slide accessibility text clash with the voiceover?

Andrew

A lot of people don’t realize how different a Voice Over script can be. My favorite tip (and one I’m a big advocate of) is “Do a Sound Check.” Reading the script out loud can catch a lot of mistakes you wouldn’t notice otherwise.

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