The Czech Republic is home to over half a million people with hearing disabilities. Without captions, most of the internet’s video content is inaccessible for them.
Not convinced? See for yourself in the video below.
captioning is required by law
Starting from September 23rd 2020, all public sector entities are required to provide subtitles for all video and audio content on their websites. As of this date, the relevant part of the new Act On Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications (No. 99/2019 Coll.) enters into force.
WHO does the law apply to?
All state and local government bodies, ministries, state enterprises and institutions; organizations established, founded or funded by the state; statutory cities, city districts and regions; universities and schools
WHAT does the law stipulate?
The obligation to make audiovisual content accessible on websites = the obligation to caption videos and audio files, or to provide another way of communicating the content
We offer a solution in the form of BEEY, an automatic captioning app, which will save your time and money.
Only 2.50 CZK per minute
The cost of captioning is low thanks to our automatic speech recognition software.
The Beey editor offers an interface for proofreading the captions in a matter of minutes
Immediately after proofreading, the video and captions are ready for online publication.
Try Beey free of charge
You can start testing straight after filling in and submitting this form, or by sending us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can try out Beey free of charge, no strings attached. Your testing account will have 30 minute’s worth of credit.