You can turn Closed Captioning on or off for individual Video Streams by using the <CC> button in the lower left portion of the viewer window. If the stream is not configured for Closed Captioning the CC button is greyed out. Options enable or disable Closed Captioning display and if supported language selection.
CC may be turned on or off by each MIP user without affecting other users. MIP always captures the CC data if the admin has configured it to do so, which allows you to go to any point in time and view it. When MIP displays the Closed Caption text, it conforms to the SMPTE profile of W3C Time Text Markup Language which preserves the: position, transparency, font, color, and timing of the data.
Figure: Closed Captioning