Subtitles and Closed Captions 

We provide subtitles or closed captions in a format you can easily import into your software.

The terms subtitles and closed captions have very similar meanings, in that they are both methods of displaying text on screen. The main difference is that closed captioning is specifically designed for hearing impaired viewers. The captions usually include a full audio transcription, such as references to background noise and natural sounds (a dog barking, a door slamming, birds singing etc), music, as well as conversation.

Subtitles usually only include a transcription of speakers/conversation. Subtitles are often used to translate conversation into other languages, can be used for a specific part of a video where regional dialect/accents/language make the speaker difficult to understand or to offer an alternative to audio where using sound may not be appropriate.