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Re: Providing captioning from a text file during a web cast?

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From: Rob Stevens
Date: Apr 12, 2002 12:44AM


Hey Mark,

Mark,

Bunnyfoot are running a open forum on this topic entitled 'Driving
Empowerment and Internationalisation with Accessible Multimedia.'

30 May London W1

Full details and example multimedia file (BBC news article on the UK's first
internet car) with closed captions here:

www.bunnyfoot.com/forum

Windows and real player both produce good results. Quick Time is difficult
to work with and don't expect any support from Apple. But deaf and hard of
hearing people tend to prefer it. - Such is life!

Regards,


Rob.

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From: "Mark Rew" < <EMAIL REMOVED> >
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Sent: Thursday, April 11, 2002 3:31 PM
Subject: Providing captioning from a text file during a web cast?


> Hi group,
>
> Does anyone know how I can use previously prepared text as part of my
> captioning for the hearing impaired during a web cast?
>
> Most of the talks for the presentations during an award ceremony are
available
> in word processing files. We want to make use of this material to
generate
> the text for our close captioning. Can anyone give me suggestions of
software
> and file formats that I should use? Please provide any advice and lessons
> learn that you may have on doing this.
>
> Thanks
> Mark Rew
> e-mail: <EMAIL REMOVED>
> 301-713-0262 x131
>
>
>
>
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