I have more of a design question than technical but am hoping very much someone could advise me on that. I have videos that should be accessible where all the information is conveyed via lower third text. The audio is just music. The rest of the visuals are intended to create a more engaging experience for a wider audience but they do not convey any critical information. I have a button with video transcript where all the text from the lower third is presented. Now the question: do I have to make the video visible for a screen reader at all if the key information is in the transcript? I was thinking of excluding the video from the screen reader navigation and guiding screen reader users directly to the transcript. Is this a fair solution? I am also thinking of the best place to put the description of the video indicating that "the visual content is to create a more engaging experience and does not convey any critical information?" Would greatly appreciate any ideas.