The Equality Act (2010) states that we must make ‘reasonable adjustments’ to enable all students to participate fully in their courses. For deaf/Deaf students this often means that videos should be captioned (or transcripts) provided. Captions also assist many other students, such as international students and dyslexic students. Since the introduction of lecture capture at the University of Huddersfield in September 2016, we have been looking at a variety of options for closed captions, for both our captured lectures and for other video-based materials. We are exploring a variety of ways of captioning videos and this session is for sharing what we have looked, ideas we would like to try and also a chance to share with others about how they are approaching closed captions. It is possible that, with advancing technology, we are not far away from being able to caption everything, but what is the best approach?