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HTML HTML Video and Audio (Retired) Captioning Video The Track Element

Tracy Excell
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Tracy Excell
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Why would my 'captions not be showing when I am playing the video in my browser?'

Any ideas on what is wrong with my code?

``` <video controls height="500px" width="800px"> <source src="video/video2.ogg" type="video/ogg">

            <source src="video/video1.mp4" type="video/mp">

              <track src="videoCaptions.vtt" kind="subtitles" srclang="en" label="English"      default>


            </video>

``` WEBVTT FILE

1 00:00:00.240 --> 00:00:04.130 Now that we've looked at the architecture of the internet, let's see how you might

2 00:00:04.130 --> 00:00:07.535 connect your personal devices to the internet inside your house.

3 00:00:07.535 --> 00:00:11.270 Well there are many ways to connect to the internet, and

4 00:00:11.270 --> 00:00:13.960 most often people connect wirelessly.

5 00:00:13.960 --> 00:00:17.940 Let's look at an example of how you can connect to the internet.

6 00:00:17.940 --> 00:00:22.370 If you live in a city or a town, you probably have a coaxial cable for

7 00:00:22.370 --> 00:00:26.880 cable Internet, or a phone line if you have DSL, running to the outside of

8 00:00:26.880 --> 00:00:30.920 your house, that connects you to the Internet Service Provider, or ISP.

9 00:00:32.100 --> 00:00:34.730 If you live far out in the country, you'll more likely have

10 00:00:34.730 --> 00:00:39.430 a dish outside your house, connecting you wirelessly to your closest ISP, or

11 00:00:39.430 --> 00:00:41.190 you might also use the telephone system.

12 00:00:42.350 --> 00:00:46.300 Whether a wire comes straight from the ISP hookup outside your house, or

13 00:00:46.300 --> 00:00:49.270 it travels over radio waves from your roof,

14 00:00:49.270 --> 00:00:53.760 the first stop a wire will make once inside your house, is at your modem.

15 00:00:53.760 --> 00:00:57.780 A modem is what connects the internet to your network at home.

16 00:00:57.780 --> 00:01:00.150 A few common residential modems are DSL or