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subtitle

1. an additional subordinate title given to a literary or other work
2. Films
a. a written translation superimposed on a film that has foreign dialogue
b. explanatory text on a silent film
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While Mowbray was informing viewers of the Liverpool striker's five goals in five appearances record against Newcastle, the subtitles said something very different.
While Mowbray informed viewers of the Liverpool striker's record against Newcastle the subtitles said something very different.
An S4C spokesperson said: "The subtitles provided for the broadcast of the Urdd Eisteddfod's opening concert followed S4C's policy which has been in place for many years; to provide subtitles on songs in the original language only.
You can load this file into most video players to display subtitles in the chosen language synced to the video.
A report by Checkpoint Research titled "Hacked in Translation" says a new exploit can take over your PC through fake movie subtitle files.
By conducting attacks through subtitles, hackers can take complete control over any device running them.
The Korean and Arabic subtitles have also gone through a much needed fix in this new update.
Subtitles can be intra- or interlingual; mono- or bilingual; live (also called online or real-time) or pre-prepared (also called offline); open (forming part of the film or broadcast, for example laser-engraved subtitles on a film print) or closed (subtitles that do not form part of the film or broadcast but can be voluntarily added for example via teletext, by means of a decoder or by selecting them from a DVD menu) (for a detailed discussion of the classification of subtitles see Diaz Cintas and Remael 13-28).
Subtitles are important broadcast functions for broadcasters and content producers to provide in order to ensure that audiences have a complete understanding of the content, even though it might not be broadcast in their native language.
Fortunately, thousands of volunteers have contributed to translating and editing on-screen subtitles (e.
As users improve, the balance between their native and the English language will shift until eventually the subtitles can be turned off.
It is sending out a St David's Day message to urge people to tune in to S4C, with the help of onscreen subtitles.