* Required only when you have activated subtitles in the interface.
Node for specifying the URL to the closed caption/subtitle file. All available closed captions files should be provided in the feed as multiple
closedCaptionUrl elements -- one caption file per language.
The formats supported are TTML/DXFP (
application/ttaf+xml) and WebVTT (
"language" attribute: required (cannot be empty), and should be set to the language of the caption file. It must be RFC-compliant, and cannot contain the string
"$$$$$". This attribute is used similar to the
xml:lang attribute detailed in the XML.
"name" attribute: cannot contain the string
"type" attribute: should be set to the MIME type of the caption files.
"characteristics" attribute: should be set to one of the following (or can be empty):**
** A warning is shown if
"characteristics" is not set to the above, but will still work.
For a single content source, the
name combination should be unique for each closed caption file. For example, [
language="en", name="English"] and [
language="en", name="English (CC)"].
<dfpvideo:closedCaptionUrl language="en" name="English" type="text/vtt">http://cdn.com/subtitle.vtt</dfpvideo:closedCaptionUrl>
<dfpvideo:closedCaptionUrl language="en" name="English (CC)" characteristics="public.accessibility.describes-music-and-sound" type="text/vtt">http://cdn.com/subtitle.vtt</dfpvideo:closedCaptionUrl>