Accesible movie elements
By default, Animate CC can make text, input text fields, buttons, movie clips, and even entire movies accessible. While text elements do not require modification by the designer/developer, other elements do. Designers and developers can use the Accessibility panel in Flash Professional CC to add a text equivalent or even to hide elements from assistive technologies.
In the example below, the movie shows a moon orbiting a planet. In this case, it is not appropriate to provide a text equivalent for the moon and the planet separately. Instead, the relationship between these two elements needs to be conveyed.
To provide a single text equivalent for the entire movie, first make sure that nothing in the movie is selected. In the Name field, add the text equivalent "Moon orbiting planet." The name may differ depending on the context, but this equivalent will suffice for this example. Note that the text equivalent conveys not only the contents of the movie but also how the separate elements relate to one another.
To group the contents of the movie together formally, deselect Make Child Objects Accessible. This step tells the screen reader to use this text equivalent for the entire movie.