This extension plays audio description track elements of HTML5 videos via a screenreader.
IMPORTANT: Please activate the “Enable <track> element” experiment in chrome://flags/ This experiment MUST be enabled for the extension to work. Use this extension if you want your screenreader to render audio descriptions. For the extension that plays via Chrome text to speech, https://chrome.google.com/webstore/a/google.com/detail/jafenodgdcelmajjnbcchlfjomlkaifp Currently supported screenreaders: - ChromeVox - Mac OS X VoiceOver is not fully supported Languages supported: - depends on language support of your screenreader Keyboard shorcuts: For keyboard shortcuts, press alt + ? while on a webpage. This is part of the Axs-Chrome open-source project http://code.google.com/p/google-axs-chrome/, which supports extensions that enhance accessibility. You can submit feedback to the Axs-Chrome discussion group: https://groups.google.com/group/axs-chrome-discuss?pli=1
- (2018-08-20) Bryan Myers: As a sighted web developer I couldn't get this to do anything when it was enabled. If I were blind it would be impossible to activate... even if that did anything.
- (2018-06-06) Brad Johnson: no instructions!
- (2017-11-29) Daubney Thielking: There's no instructions. I can't figure out how to work it.
- (2017-08-30) Daniel Beaudoin: I can't vote this one way or another. There isn't enough information in the description to tell how to use it. The <track> element it says to enable in Chrome://flags isn't there. And there is no intuitive way to figure out how to get it to read anything. Too bad. This kind of extension could be useful. :(