[Ogg a11y] sign language speaker anybody?
danclar1 at msn.com
Sat Sep 12 22:53:56 PDT 2009
Our non-profit has used a really skilled sign language interpreter, I'll see if he's interested.
Danielle M Clarneaux danclar1 at msn.com
From: silviapfeiffer1 at gmail.com
Date: Sun, 13 Sep 2009 13:14:09 +1000
To: accessibility at xiph.org
Subject: [Ogg a11y] sign language speaker anybody?
I am trying to put together a full set of accessibility data for experimentation.
I have plenty of subtitles and captions, have some song lyrics, karaoke and other text-based data.
I even have a textual audio description and linguistic markup.
I will prepare a audio description as a voice recording for the "Elephants Dream" movie based on my textual audio description.
However, I have no competency in speaking sign language and thus cannot record a video with somebody signing the spoken content of the "Elephants Dream" video.
Is there anybody here that can give me a hand and do this for me?
What I need is a video that has exactly the same duration as the original video. The sign video which contains a recording of a sign speaker of basically the following text: http://www.annodex.net/~silvia/itext/elephants_dream/elephant.english.srt . This should of course be temporally aligned as much as possible with the original video, which you can see at http://www.annodex.net/~silvia/itext/ .
I would require a open license on the video - something like a CC-BY or CC-BY-SA so I can republish it on the Web and include it into Ogg videos for demos etc.
The idea here is to create a multitrack video that contains not just the original audio and video track, but also a sign language track, a audio annotation track, and a diverse set of annotation tracks. This will be used to implement video a11y support demos.
If there anyone here fluent in sign, I would really appreciate your help!
Thanks a lot.
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