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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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Angelos Frangopoulos, CEO, ANC, says: "We look forward to working with Ericsson to expand our captioning services and explore new technology to further improve the quality and availability of live captioning.
th] deadline for captioning to the Internet, Caption Reporters and Ms.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen paid for the captioning and narration of ``Phantom Menace'' while the Eastman Kodak Co.
Captioning is the visual presentation of spoken words onto a screen, or, as Braverman (1980) defines it, "digital display of the audio message in words" (p.
Information about RAMP's Web Closed Captioning solution can be found at http://www.
The WebCaptioning platform provides text alignment with audio and video files, exports multiple captioning file formats, and applies captioning rules to the exported files, thereby improving caption quality and saving hours of editing time.
If you need to broadcast or upload a video recording of your event later, you can use this script in CPC's CaptionMaker[R] or MacCaption[TM] closed captioning software to easily add captions to the recording.
Tape to Web: CPC software can convert broadcast closed captions on a video tape into any other captioning file for the web, including Flash, iTunes, QuickTime, YouTube, and Windows Media.
Worldwide providers of real-time, offline and Internet captioning services, Caption Colorado's clients include cable networks such as Starz/Encore, Discovery Networks, station groups ABC, NBC, CBS, COX, Gannett, Tribune, and internet clients WebEx and RealNetworks.
This new workflow allows facilities to complete the entire closed captioning process in-house, saving tremendous amounts of time and money, and without giving up quality control to a third party.
In June, the amount of closed captioning on TWC will double with expanded hours of captioning from 5 a.
This software-only workflow eliminates the need for running master tapes through legacy equipment, vastly reducing the cost and time previously required for closed captioning.