Netflix has added captioning support, finally, to the iPhone, iPad, and the iPod Touch. Read this MacNN article for more details and directions on how to use the feature. Comment below and let us know how you like the feature, and if it works for you!
A friend sent me an awesome link to Submerge, (sorry, Mac OS X only) an new-to-me program that allows you to take any subtitle file (.srt, .sub, etc) and merge it with an mov, m4v, avi file so that you can view the subtitles on any Apple device — from an iPod to the Apple TV. This is quite a boon for us deaf users, as we usually have to [...]
Well, it’s been a long time in the waiting. In 2005, Apple released the video iPod and began selling movies and television shows in their iTunes Store. Unfortunately, deaf people everywhere were locked out of one of this decade’s hottest gadgets because the iPod or the iTunes Store didn’t support closed-captioning. This was mystifying for two reasons: Apple had already included closed-captioning support in their Quicktime video playback software. Presumably, [...]