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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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Closed captioning can also be beneficial to those with autism and intellectual developmental disorders, as well as those who are not native speakers of the language spoken.
Tamra Stretch, President of The Captioning Group said, "We have a growing team of captioners dedicated to this service and are pleased to offer our realtime clients the choice of offline services as well."
To help resolve these issues and improve compliance, the Captioning Compliance Project was created to define the Department's compliance strategy
Delivering closed captioning at scale is costly and the manual undertaking can be burdensome to production teams, David Kulczar, senior product manager, Watson Video Analytics, IBM Watson Media, points out.
Visual aids--such as notes taken during class, transcripts and captioning services--aid their learning.
Realistically, we're at least a couple of years away from realizing that captioning future.
27 January 2017 - US-based closed captioning and accessible media solutions company Vitac Corp has acquired captioning services provider Caption Colorado, the company said.
Currently, video program distributors bear the brunt of the responsibility for assuring closed captioning compliance, but the captioning is usually included in a production further upstream, by the program producer, and VPDs don't always even have an address for them, much less an answer to explain a lack of captions.
Video publishers can now upload a transcript for their videos, which further helps the site add accurate captioning. Users can translate these captions into multiple languages too when watching videos.
This position paper outlines the NAD's views on a wide variety of captioning technologies and advises consumers how they may file complaints about non-captioning and poor captioning.
Realtime reporting is most commonly used in captioning live television programs.