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Christine Hendrickson

Hi David!

You could load the Youtube video as a web object and use the cc_load_policy option. 

Here's some information on that:


The cc_load_policy parameter determines whether closed captions will be displayed by default in the YouTube video or not. The cc_load_policy parameter accepts the following value:

  • 1 means that you want existing closed captions to be displayed by default

NOTE: The cc_load_policy parameter only specifies whether existing captions will be displayed in the YouTube video when it is embedded into your Articulate Storyline presentation. In order for captions to be displayed in your presentation, you must first add captions to the video through your account at YouTube.com. You can only add captions to videos that you own. (If you do not own the video that you are embedding into your presentation, the cc_load_policy parameter will only be able to display captions if the owner has already added captions to the YouTube video.) For instructions on adding captions to YouTube videos, see HOW TO: Add Captions To Your YouTube Videos, which describes two methods.

If you'd like more information on adding Youtube videos to Storyline, check out this knowledge base article.

Let us know how it goes!