“Equivalent alternatives for any multimedia presentation shall be synchronized with the presentation.” – §1194.22(b)
EXAMPLE: A document contains an embedded video demonstrating the use of a product.
RESOLUTION: Closed captioning is added to the file so the dialogue can be read by users with a hearing impairment.
This checkpoint prompts on pages that contain multimedia presentations or scripts (since scripts could load multimedia presentations). If multimedia presentations or scripts are found, the user will be prompted for a Pass, Fail or Not Applicable judgment based on equivalent alternative information (if any) available on the page or in the presentation, such as captions or a transcript.
This checkpoint will be automatically assigned a status of Not Applicable if the page does not contain multimedia presentations or scripts.
What happens when I verify this Checkpoint?
Multimedia Presentation Checkpoint Verification Window for multimedia:
Multimedia Presentation Checkpoint Verification Window for scripts:
When to Pass or Fail this Checkpoint?
|Pass||If the page contains multimedia presentation(s) or script(s) that load multimedia presentations, and if the equivalent alternatives (e.g. captions or auditory descriptions of the visual track) are synchronized with the presentation.|
|Fail||If the equivalent alternatives (e.g. captions or auditory descriptions of the visual track) are not synchronized with the presentation.|
|Not Applicable when||Scripts do not load or operate multimedia functionality. NOTE-FE is this the right way to put it?|
|Remediation||Return to author or remove multimedia or script content.|
This checkpoint is partially automated. It displays for any page that contains multimedia or scripts.