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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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Videos with captions are more consumable by everyone.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 27, 2017-Closed Captioning Services Provider Vitac Acquires Caption Colorado
2016 marks the 11th consecutive time The Captioning Group has performed live captions for the Olympic Games, from Atlanta in 1996 to Rio in 2016.
Ericsson has partnered with BBC R&D to devise the new approach which minimizes the delay between live captions and the audio they represent by utilizing the time taken to compress the audio and video streams for transmission and distribution.
YouTube can now automatically assign captions to video using speech recognition.
The people who could benefit from captions are many.
Thus the silent film era (1893-1929) represented one high point in the cultural history of the American deaf community, as well as a time of cultural equality with hearing people-a time when deaf people could go to the movie theatre and enjoy a film without interpreters, captions, decoders, or elaborate sound systems.
Through RAMP's patented MediaCloud(TM)platform, RAMP provides the only comprehensive solution to the complex requirements of deploying web closed captions across full length programs and clips.
The captions will be delivered as an as-live service to ensure the news is as current and up-to-date as possible.
There are a host of other ways that captions can add value to existing video.
YouCaption is a veritable Swiss Army Knife of realtime captioning because of the multiple platforms that it captions for; the fact that it does not require a costly hardware closed caption encoder for most applications; the speed with which it turns speech into captions; and its many novel features - such as the ability to caption phone conferences via a website for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.
Though relatively few websites are required to provide closed captions for their videos, any website with significant video content should consider captioning.