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Audio description

and transcription

Audio description and transcription

Direct Access can provide narrative descriptions of key visual elements used in your social media, marketing, or key information videos so that accommodations can be provided for disabled people who have visual impairments such as low vision or nystagmus.

Transcription of correspondence enables blind and visually impaired people to access information. From healthcare letters and financial statements to corporate magazines and brochures.

Using our modern studio facilities we can adapt your script into an audio suitable format with suitable background music to support understanding. We can undertake both live readings and text to speech technology, the latter is a quicker and cost-effective solution for documents without complex terms.

Additionally, we can undertake both live readings and text-to-speech technology, the latter is a quicker and cost-effective solution for documents without complex terms.

For more information, enquire with us further below.

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Accessible

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An old blind man on a park bench listens to an audio description on his phone with his cane leaning against the bench.

Audio description

and transcription

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Pepper House,
Market Street,
Nantwich,
Cheshire,
CW5 5DQ.

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Dublin,
D02 XE80.

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