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caption

1. graphic material, usually containing lettering, used in television presentation
2. another name for subtitle
3. the formal heading of a legal document stating when, where, and on what authority it was taken or made
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Ericsson has been providing captioning services for over 30 years and delivers 200,000 hours of captions every year, 80,000 of which are live.
th] deadline for captioning to the Internet, Caption Reporters and Ms.
YouTube can now automatically assign captions to video using speech recognition.
According to Schuchman (1987), the value of silent films for deaf people was not in the use of captions, which were written in standard English and often poorly understood by general audiences, deaf and hearing alike.
Through RAMP's patented MediaCloud(TM)platform, RAMP provides the only comprehensive solution to the complex requirements of deploying web closed captions across full length programs and clips.
Captions PowerPoint[R], Webinars, On-Line Meetings and More Captions are displayed on PowerPoint[R] Presentations and computer screens.
Millions of people who depend upon closed captions will see a vast increase in captioned web videos thanks to the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act, which President Obama will sign into law today.
Through our relationship with WebEx, online meeting participants who also require closed captioning services can enjoy a full turnkey solution to their needs," said Randy Holyfield, vice president of business development and Internet services for Caption Colorado.
Whether editing in full uncompressed HD, DNxHD, or any other codec, this file that carries the encoded caption data can easily be archived locally or transferred over the internet to any Media Composer user.
Starting January 1, The Weather Channel will caption five hours of programming: the 7 a.
Traditionally, closed captioning required a video production facility to mail master tapes to a caption service company, which would run the video tape through legacy tape-to-tape encoding hardware, incurring generation loss in the video.
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