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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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It allows multiple captioners to prepare and deliver real-time services for clients while maximizing re-use of the caption data after it has been broadcast - for example, by helping to power content discovery and enrich archive search.
html">Google Voice</a>&nbsp;to automatically generate captions for video.
Parlato (1985) offers a clearer definition: "A captioned film (or videotape) is one, produced for hearing audiences, that adds captions or subtitles to make its message clear to hearing-impaired viewers" (p.
Clips generated from full length programs that lack associated caption files: RAMP's automated text alignment ("ATA") technology automatically matches the video clip to the correct caption segment, transforms the caption output, and associates it with the clip.
Faster Real-time Closed Captions Captions are displayed moments after the corresponding words are spoken, just like they are with steno based captioning systems.
Blockbuster is implementing new procedures for returning any captioned video that does not properly display the captions.
TV to Web: CPC software can extract the closed captions from the broadcast signal and convert it to any other closed captioning file supported by Flash, iTunes, QuickTime, YouTube, and Windows Media.
Parents love captions, because now all that TV viewing becomes a learning experience as children read along with the spoken words.
This software-only metadata workflow will save Avid users time and money by eliminating the need for a dedicated external hardware closed caption encoder which can cost $8,000 or more, simplifying workflows for handling video with closed captioning data.
CPC's CaptionMaker (Windows) and MacCaption (Mac) software are full-featured caption authoring suites that create closed captions from scratch using a transcript and reference video.
Up until now, the only way to add CEA-708 closed captions to HD video was to use expensive HD real-time hardware encoders, each costing about $10,000.
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.