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Synonyms for caption

taking exception

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brief description accompanying an illustration


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provide with a caption, as of a photograph or a drawing

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And, of course, in case doing what's right isn't its own reward, captioning also results in searchability and marketing gains--what is a barrier for access is also a barrier for entry.
Offline captioning is created when a script is synched to its corresponding pre-recorded video file via time codes assigned by the offline captioner.
In 2013, the Video Captioning Implementation project began.
Live captioning differs from closed captioning in that the latter is transcribed after an event and added over the top of a recorded program.
* Captioning means more viewers and more engagement.
Headquartered in Greenwood Village, Colorado, Caption Colorado provides TV and non-TV real-time captioning and related services to clients in the media and entertainment, education, corporate and government verticals.
The FCC also has questions regarding requiring and enforcing proper standards for captioning quality.
The NAD has worked successfully with Congress and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to establish new captioning rules for broadcasters.
Also discussed are the various captioning processes and the implications of the availability of these materials for librarians who are concerned about the special needs of the deaf community.
Video Captioning Lets Harvard ESL Students Read What They Hear
Calgary, Canada, July 28, 2016 --( Today, The Captioning Group Inc., a realtime closed-captioning company for North America, announced their prime-time closed-captioning schedule for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Few content publishers have the know-how or resources to do their own captioning. Here are the issues to explore when selecting a service provider.
The system automatically detects and decodes WST, OP-47 and CEA-608/CEA-708 subtitles, covering the most prevalent captioning standards around the world.