Today we have just launched our YouTube channel, where we will host videos relating to Netflix accessibility as well as other accessibility matters created entirely by you!
The channel will be user driven and community driven, so everyone will get a chance to have their voices heard. There are two ways to send videos to us to host on our channel and they will be explained below.
All videos will be added to a playlist so that way users won’t be uploading anything directly to our account. Besides, YouTube doesn’t have that option.
Users can submit any video that they wish to be included in our channel. You can submit anything from VLOGS to a screen capture demonstrating accessibility matters. If it’s a screen capture that you are doing, please have audio with the video, otherwise, we will ask that you record the video again.
Even though you can submit anything to the channel, we do ask two things from you.
Don’t swear excessively. Obviously you can express yourself in a way that you wish but excessive swearing isn’t something we want to hear.
Keep background noise to a minimum.
That’s it! That’s all that we ask. now we will explain how to send your videos to us.
If you have a YouTube account you can just upload your video to your own channel, with “Accessible Netflix Project” somewhere in the title, and send us the URL to the video and then we can add it to our playlist. There’s a contact us link in the navigation bar where people can send their links or just message our YouTube channel.
The title of your video will be the subject line and the message body will be the video description.
If you don’t have a YouTube you can upload your video to our drop box, or use send space to send the file to us.
If you’re in the United States you will have to use this link because that’s just how the service works!
If you are sending your file outside the United States, click the below link.
If you want to send the file via send space visit https://www.sendspace.com/ and enter our email address, found by clicking contact us.