What is Subtitling?
Subtitling is the process of creating and displaying the translations of spoken dialogue and narration in a video. Subtitles are of particular use for viewers who can not speak the language in the video.
Subtitles can either embedded in a video or be turned on and off at the viewer’s comfort.
The Differences Between Subtitling and Closed Captioning
Subtitling is the process of translating the dialogue of video footage into a foreign language.
Closed captions are the text version of the original spoken dialogues and sound of a video.
A subtitle includes:
A closed caption should have:
Subtitling makes your media products accessible to non-native speakers.
Closed captioning is used to aid people who are deaf or hard of hearing or in situations where the sound can not be heard.
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