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broadcast with captions that are seen only on receivers having special equipment

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14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Tektronix, an industry-leading innovator of video quality monitoring solutions, today announced that it has partnered with Nexidia to integrate Nexidia Comply software, to bring automated analysis of closed caption content -- a capability that previously required human intervention -- to its suite of Sentry video quality monitors.
By making its courses available with transcripts in more than 50 languages and with closed caption functions, Pluralsight reinforces its commitment to making coding and its courses globally accessible so that businesses can stay ahead of the curve in this technology-driven market.
Until now, time stamping closed captions was a labor-intensive, time consuming process, consisting of pressing a key when you heard the first word of each caption.
The law mandates online content that aired on TV must have closed captions, along with a prescribed set of user-interface tools within the player that enables the viewer to customize the text display.
This new Multi-device Video Player allows users to view and fully customize closed captions, and then save these customizations on both a browser and app basis.
Live TV Broadcast YouCaption can interface with CPC's award winning CaptionMaker software to control a local or remote broadcast closed caption encoder.
The Twenty-First Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act expands access to content for hearing impaired viewers with new closed caption requirements," noted Bill Rinehart, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Unicorn Media.
Powerful, reliable, scalable feature set for closed captioning workflows enables digital video distributors including networks, studios, sports leagues and others to deliver closed captions to all devices.
Ability to output closed caption files in any popular format including: SMIL, DFXP, SubRip and SonicScenerist among others
RAMP's Content Optimization platform delivers the world's most advanced speech-to-text technology for creating and aligning closed caption data, and is covered by over 20 US patents.
It also requires closed caption decoders in all devices capable of displaying video.
This software-only metadata workflow will save Avid users time and money by eliminating the need for a dedicated external hardware closed caption encoder which can cost $8,000 or more, simplifying workflows for handling video with closed captioning data.
The Zenith remote control has a closed caption button that allows immediate access to closed captioning services, and it has video description capability for viewers with vision disabilities.
This legacy hardware is pretty expensive (a closed caption hardware encoder can cost from $2,000 to $10,000, not including the costs of the software, tape decks, time code reader equipment, etc.
Previously, closed caption data had to be translated into CEA-708 format from a SCC file which only contains NTSC CEA-608 data.