This 10-minute video reviews the registration tools that students need to understand in preparation for the advisement process.
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This video is closed captioned.
How do I turn on closed captions?
The process for turning on closed captions is slightly different depending on the version of Windows Media Player that you're using:
Version 9 or 10: go to the "Play" menu, then "Captions and Subtitles", then either "On if available" or the name of the subtitle track. Note that with version 10, you'll find the "Play" menu by right-clicking on the title bar of the media player.
Version 7: Go to the "View" menu, then "Now Playing Tools," then click "Captions". Now shut down the Windows Media Player, and restart it & load the video clip. (This is due to a bug in Media Player version 7 that prevents it from recognizing the accompanying .smi file unless it has the Captions option turned on when the program starts up.)
Earlier versions: In the "View" menu on Windows Media Player, check the menu item entitled "Captions".
Please note that not all video clips have closed captions. To request closed captioning for MCC video clips, or if you have general questions about accessibility to these clips, contact Video Services in the MCC Instructional Technologies department at email@example.com or (585) 292-2588.