How do I add captions to Canvas Studio media in a course?
You can generate or upload caption files to your video or audio files in Canvas Studio. The most common file type is an SRT file, though Studio also supports VTT files, which are more user-friendly for mobile devices.
If you need help creating a captioned file, you can use a captioning site such as Amara to easily create captions for your video or audio files.
Note: You cannot add closed caption files in Canvas Studio to media that is uploaded from Youtube.
Open the Canvas feature area that displays the video or audio file you want to view.
To generate or upload captions, click the Captions tab.
To automatically generate captions for your media, choose the spoken lanugage  and click the Request button .
After your caption file has been queued and processed, your generated caption file will appear in the Manage Captions section.
View Caption Options
To view more options for the caption file, click the Options icon . To review and publish the captions, click the Edit link . When you are editing the auto-generated caption file, the media file will automatically pause until you click the next timestamp.
You can also download , replace , or delete  any caption file.
Note: Caption files will download in the same file format that they were uploaded in (SRT or VTT). After downloading, you can convert caption files into word processing files on most computers.
Review and Publish Captions
Review the generated caption file and click the Publish button. Any additional changes made to the caption file after it is published will be saved automatically.
To upload a caption file, click the language button for the caption file you want to upload .
To upload a custom caption file, click the Show More link .
Upload Custom Captions
Click the Custom button.
Enter the name of the language  and click the Submit button .
Locate and select the file on your computer . Click the Choose or Open button .
Your caption will appear in the Manage Captions section . To upload a caption for another language, click the language button for that language .
View Caption Options
To view options for a caption file, click the Options icon . You can download , replace , or delete  any caption file.
By default, captions are turned off. To turn on captions in the media, click the Media Settings icon  and select the Captions option . To enable captions, click to select an available language(s) .