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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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e-Captioning is just one of CPC's many industry-leading innovations in its line of Macintosh and Windows closed captioning and subtitling software.
CPC's MacCaption closed captioning software is the only closed captioning software that can work with CEA-708 VANC data natively to prepare closed captions.
MacCaption saves users time and money by authoring captions in-house, avoiding the costs and delays of shipping master tapes to a captioning service company.
Editors can then, without any captioning software or additional hardware, easily add this file to their timeline.
Additionally, this new digital closed captioning workflow could allow online video delivery services to quickly and easily upgrade their video libraries for the hearing impaired.
Som, President and CTO of CPC stated, "The CPC-700HD is the latest in an unbroken string of CPC captioning software firsts dating back to the 1986 NAB convention, when CPC released the first simultaneous closed captioning/teleprompting software to run on a PC.
Hi-Caption allowed the developers to interactively and easily create formatted captioning files, without having to learn the code behind it, but with the power of making the code accessible.
Support for Windows Media Player 9 - Enables captioning in the native Windows Media Player format.
Relay Conference Captioning(SM), developed by Caption Colorado, is a free service that combines real-time captioning and standard relay service to provide relay conference captioning calls for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals in New Jersey.
The encoding software costs much less than traditional encoding hardware, and it allows the complete captioning process to be done on a laptop computer.
Bitstream's CCTV Font Set supports the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requirements for closed captioning display on digital and analog TVs.
Vue Cinemas (formerly Warner Village Cinemas) has announced a major order for DTS-CSS Cinema Subtitling Systems to provide captioning and audio description functionality.