Engage Your Audience Even More with Closed-Captions

Incorporating closed-captions on your sermons allows people to engage with your content if they don’t have headphones or are hearing impaired. Reading closed-captions while listening to the audio of a sermon can also help people process and internalize the message.  

If you record and publish your sermon through Proclaim, we’ll closed-caption your slide transitions, too.

To get closed-captioned video playback, transcribe your sermon using Faithlife Sermons or Proclaim. Your video will be closed-captioned, and we’ll attach your full transcript to your sermon on Faithlife Sermons.

The video will be fully searchable and will show a tone analysis of your sermon transcript.

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