Continue of Part 1 Closed-Captioning Syntax For real-time captioning done outside of captioning facilities, the following syntax is used: ‘>>’ (two prefixed greater-than signs) indicates a change in single speaker. Sometimes appended with the speaker’s name in alternate case, followed by a colon. ‘>>>’ (three prefixed greater-than signs) indicates a change in news story or Read more about Video Transcription and Closed-Captioning (Part 2 of 2)[…]
Closed-Captioning or CCmeans writing down the textual format of a video for the deaf or the people with hearing impairments. Subtitling is the same thing without having the hearing problems in mind.
From: wikipedia, Subtitling or Subtitle Captioning The continue of Subtitle Captioning (Part 1 of 2) Subtitling Real-Time Subtitling Real-time translation subtitling, usually involves an interpreter and a stenographer working concurrently, whereby the former quickly translates to the dialog while the latter types; this form of subtitling is rare. The unavoidable delay, typing errors, lack of Read more about Subtitling or Subtitle Captioning (Part 2 of 2)[…]
From: Wikipedia, Subtitle Captioning Subtitles are derived from either a transcript or screenplay of the dialog or commentary in films, television programs, video games, and the like, usually displayed at the bottom of the screen, but can also be at the top of the screen if there is already text at the bottom of the Read more about Subtitle Captioning (Part1 of 2)[…]