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ASL Pop-up Player

Screen shot of DCMP video player. Arrow points to icon at bottom of player of two hands signing the word interpret. A pop-up window shows a person signing.

DCMP members often request the addition of American Sign Language interpretation as an accessibility feature. To this end, we're excited to present our latest feature: The ASL Pop-up! Select videos now include ASL interpretation through a pop-up window.

While DCMP has hundreds of videos in ASL (which can be identified by the circular ASL icon), our new pop-up feature allows for the addition of sign language interpretation to content that is not natively in ASL. Videos with the pop-up feature have an "interpret" icon at the bottom of the player window (see above image). Click the icon to launch the pop-up, and reposition the window by clicking and dragging.

There are currently a limited number of videos with the ASL pop-up, but don’t worry; DCMP will be producing more. If you have suggestions for which DCMP videos should be interpreted, please email us at recommendations@dcmp.org.

The ASL for these videos was created through a collaboration with Dicapta as part of their OSEP-funded Television Access Grant (H327C15009).

Tags: ASL, help

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