DQ – Module 7: Multimedia, Animations, and Motion Captions

  • Fee: Free Practice Tests (based on CPACC Guide https://www.accessibilityassociation.org/ )
  • Passing score: 95%
  • Time limit: 35 minutes
  • Number of questions: 41
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance
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DQ - Module 7: Multimedia, Animations, and Motion Captions

DQ - Module 7: Multimedia, Animations, and Motion Captions

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WCAG Level AA allows for content to flash more than 3 times per second as long as certain conditions are met. These qualifying conditions include:

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Sign language interpretation is helpful for deaf people who are more fluent in sign language than written language.

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While it is acceptable to auto-play audio on a webpage for more than 3 seconds IF a mechanism to turn it off is available, doing so may make it IMPOSSIBLE for which user category/categories to use your web page?

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Transcripts must be provided on the same page as their corresponding media file.

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All of the following are best practices for captions EXCEPT:

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 Users MUST be able to customize the font face, size, and color of captions.

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The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Level AA requires that audio descriptions be provided for:

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In a multimedia or audio-only presentation, background sounds during dialog MUST be eliminated

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The procurement laws Section 508 (U.S.) and EN 301 549 (Europe) apply to the procurement of information and communication technology by:

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Parallax effects refer to the effect of some elements on a page moving in a different direction or at a different rate than other elements

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The Americans with Disabilities Act (U.S. civil rights law) explicitly covers online content.

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All of the following are accessibility considerations for media players, EXCEPT:

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Background videos that contain more than just decorative content must be fully accessible with captions, transcript, and audio descriptions, as appropriate.

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The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Level AA requires that captions be provided for:

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The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Level AA requires that sign language interpretation be provided for:

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Background videos that autoplay are not required to stop playing after 5 seconds.

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Audio descriptions benefit which of the following user categories:

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To meet WCAG standards, the audio description track MUST be available in the same video file as the regular audio track.

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HTML 5 video players have made the need for custom plugins to view online video practically obsolete.

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Animations, parallax effects, and background videos or animations in web pages have the potential to negatively impact which of the following user categories:

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All of the following are best practices for recording audio descriptions EXCEPT:

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Vestibular disorders affect a person's:

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Background sounds in media presentations and web pages have the potential to negatively impact all of the following user categories EXCEPT

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Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act (U.S. procurement law) explicitly covers online content.

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The advantage of advanced caption file formats over basic file formats is that advanced formats support greater flexibility in styling captions to meet user needs.

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The benefits of interactive transcripts include:

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Captions MUST include all of the following EXCEPT:

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It is acceptable for audio content that auto-starts on a web page to play for up to:

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The 21st Century Video Communications and Accessibility Act (CVAA) requires captions for:

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Transcripts MUST include all of the following EXCEPT:

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Media players MUST provide the ability to turn on and off all accessibility features such as captions, transcripts, and audio descriptions

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Transcripts are the only way people who are deafblind can access multimedia (audio and video) content.

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In a multimedia or audio-only presentation, background audio should be at least 20 decibels lower than (about 4 times quieter than) primary speech or sounds.

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Screen reader accessibility considerations for media players include:

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The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Level AA requires that transcripts be provided for:

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Extended audio descriptions are useful when the audio track does not provide sufficient gaps for the audio description narrator to adequately describe what is happening on the screen.

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It is acceptable for content to flash up to how many times per second?

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When an audio description track is available for a movie or video, it should be the default audio track because it enhances the viewing experience for all users

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The simplest way to provide sign language interpretation for a live event such as a press conference is:

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Parallax effects can negatively impact:

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Which of the following statements is true?

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