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Category: Closed Captioning


Working With Your Closed-Captioning Company

If you are not content with the communication you have with your closed-captioning company, it is time to take a…

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Transcription Guidelines for Captioning

A very important part of the captioning process is the initial transcription of the programming. If the captioning company uses…

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Confiding in Your Closed-Captioning Company

So, you've contracted with a closed-captioning company (or closed-captioner service provider) and now you must put your full confidence in…

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Live Captioning: Building a Christian Dictionary

Have you ever wondered how live captioners caption Christian programming? Biblical and Christian terms used during a sermon or teaching…

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Importing Caption Files (.scc) into DVD Studio Pro

Oftentimes, when I give my clients caption files for their DVD Authoring Systems they encounter problems and call me with questions…

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Captioning Styles: Roll-up vs. Pop-on

Roll-up captions Roll-up is a style where the text rolls onto the screen from the bottom or top one line…

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Why Do Captions Look Garbled?

“That person doesn’t even know how to spell.”  “They can’t type correctly.”  “How come in today’s age of technology can’t…

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Closed Captioning Process

You will find that each captioning company's process and services differ, but here are two of the basic processes that…

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Transcription Services

Transcription is the making of a verbatim copy of a spoken dialogue. Transcribers are professionals chosen for their linguistic skills and…

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A Better Outlook on Having to Caption

More and more Americans are depending and counting on closed-captions in their video entertainment.   As a program producer or…

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