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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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For an upcoming Media Composer release, Avid has developed a robust workflow for working with high definition video metadata, including closed caption data.
5 -- color) no caption (Corinthian Gate Two-Piece Arch Indoor/Outdoor Wall Art)
Today, utilizing e-Captioning, editors and post houses do not need to buy expensive closed caption hardware encoders.
3) no caption (book: ``The Miracle of Castel di Sangro'')
Having the ability to work with HD closed caption data is one of the last hurdles that broadcasters must clear in order to fully migrate to a time and money saving tapeless HD delivery solution.
Final Cut Pro 7 by itself does not have any caption preparation or encoding capabilities, that is, the ability to create closed captions from scratch or raw script.
4 -- color) no caption (Outdoor Sink and Hose Reel Combo)
LAS VEGAS -- The wait for a HD-SDI closed captioning solution for non-linear editors and caption service companies is finally over.
1 -- color) no caption (scene from ``Dancing with the Stars'')
MacCaption's instant caption embedding clears the way for thousands of videos to be made available in a captioned format for these portable devices.
5 -- color) no caption (``Little House on the Prarie'')
HD (High Definition) Closed Caption Software Encoder Wins Prize