I’m going to suggest that you join the Lectora Accessibility User Group and post your question. Members of that group may have more information on this. By posting on that group page, you may get a quicker reply.
There are TWO components to the group.
Our group on the Lectora Community Form at https://community.trivantis.com/groups/lectora-accessibility-user-group-laug/members/
Participation in live discussions related to developing accessibile e-Learning with Lectora. To participate, register at http://thelaug.org/join.html This will add you to my mailing list.
Hi Richard – I’ll second Christine’s suggestion. LAUG is a great group, though I have to admit I’ve not been as active as I’d like to be!
That’s a tough ask from the built-in media player, though something that you might consider adding to the suggestion forum. With more and more focus on accessibility, that would be a phenomenal feature.
Now you have me thinking about it, especially with the software simulation courses I’ve developed!
The JW player (which, as I can tell – is the one that is used inside Inspire) completely supports audio descriptions – it’s all handled by the XML or the embed code that one uses when designing something in HTML. I assume that Trivantis would “just” need to add in a properties section for the video player where we could point to audio description files, thumbnails, multiple captions, etc… Granted, I assume it’s not that straight forward for Trivantis, but that’s how I think it will need to be done.