On Sun, Jan 12, 2020 at 11:47 AM, Rob Hudson wrote:
Ideally you'd want to read the subs on a braille display.This would be ideal, but not what I'd thought of when the phrase "read subtitles" was used. It makes perfect sense, but never would have occurred to me since I can see.
I would also be curious as to what the exact need is, not because it's any of my business, but because there are other possible solutions. I have high frequency hearing loss and recently started wearing hearing aids which have bluetooth capability. I am able to have sound from my computer piped directly to my aids, which allows me to hear all sorts of things that I could not hear when having to listen through laptop speakers. For years I used closed captions (and they're still on) for television but I don't need to read them nearly as much as I once did if I'm wearing my hearing aids when watching.
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