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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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For the first time, Ericsson's captions will also be made available on an airline, ensuring that the latest news from SKY NEWS will be accessible to as many Qantas air passengers as possible the world over.
We are excited to be offering the WebCaptioning solution for post production caption development.
YouTube can now automatically assign captions to video using speech recognition.
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.
On October 9, 2010, President Obama signed the 21st Video Accessibility Act into law, requiring broadcasters to include closed captions with Web video content.
Captions PowerPoint[R], Webinars, On-Line Meetings and More Captions are displayed on PowerPoint[R] Presentations and computer screens.
Effective February 1, 1995, any Blockbuster customer who rents or buys a captioned video can have the video checked before they leave the store to ensure that the captions are being properly displayed.
Millions of people who depend upon closed captions will see a vast increase in captioned web videos thanks to the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act, which President Obama will sign into law today.
The Television Decoder Circuitry Act of 1990 mandates that new TVs (with screen sizes of 13 inches and larger) manufactured beginning on July 1, 1993, must be able to display captions, which place the spoken words of a program on the screen.
CPC's software generates a small captions file which takes less than 5 Megabytes per hour of video.
The caption when muting function displays captions when sound is muted and allows viewers to follow a program while pursuing other activities, such as talking on the phone.
CPC's e-Captioning software-based encoding and tape or tapeless delivery of closed captions has firmly established itself as the new industry standard.
Closed captions are similar to subtitles seen on foreign movies, but are visible on television sets equipped only with a special "Telecaption" decoder.
HD transport stream files must have both CEA-608 and CEA-708 closed captions according to FCC regulations.
CPC's MacCaption DTV and HD Enterprise software now works with the AJA KONA 3 and LHi cards along with Final Cut Pro 7 to create HD closed captions.