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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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A captioned video lessens that entry barrier--YouTube's auto-previewing feature utilises closed captions too, so that, even if a user hasn't selected your video, they could still be watching and engaging with it (and those stats still count).
Since 2013, the team has captioned live events and videos, both new and old.
What works well in the classroom for realtime captions doesn't always translate to larger venues or events.
'By enabling publishers to include closed captions with their Live broadcasts, we hope more people can now participate in the exciting moments that unfold on Live,' it said, after mentioning that the daily watch time for Facebook Live broadcasts has grown by more than 4x in the past year.
on-demand: Captioning live video is very different from adding captions to VOD.
27 January 2017 - US-based closed captioning and accessible media solutions company Vitac Corp has acquired captioning services provider Caption Colorado, the company said.
The FCC stated that it "...agreed with the National Cable and Telecommunications Association (NCTA) that 'the creation and delivery of good quality captions is not solely within the control of any one entity and often requires coordination and execution among many connected parties in the video delivery chain.'"
25 -- In a bid to encourage more video uploads from outside the U.S., Google has added a new set of caption translation tools on YouTube.
While YouTube has offered captioning for a few years, its parent company, Google, announced Thursday that they're making it significantly easier for publishers to add captions to their videos.
Health Perspect 113:A664-A668 (2005)] and "Are EDCs Blurring Issues of Gender?" [Environ Health Perspect 113:A670-A677 (2005)], photographs and their captions erroneously imply that plastic drink bottles contain ortho-phthalates.
Deaf consumers are already seeing more programs with captions. We are pleased that by 2006, virtually all new broadcast programming will be captioned.
When most people read printed material, they read the photo captions and subheads first.
According to Schuchman (1987), the value of silent films for deaf people was not in the use of captions, which were written in standard English and often poorly understood by general audiences, deaf and hearing alike.