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At the end of the video, people are called upon to sign a petition. Can I use the following sentence to describe this?

'Then there are some more printed words after which the video ends with a call to the viewer to sign a petition.'

Or do you have a better sentence?

Thanks in advance

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There is nothing ungrammatical or unidiomatic about your proposed sentence.

But if you feel that the sentence is verbose and thus awkward, I agree.

Then the video ends with another text, followed by a call to sign a petition.

I see no reason to say that the call is addressed to those viewing the video: to whom else could it possibly be addressed? If, however, you feel that your audience may be confused about those asked to sign, I'd say

Then the video ends with another text, followed by a call for viewers to sign a petition.

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