HOW IT WORKSThe whole process, in pictures
Real-Time Captioningor more accurately communication access real-time translation (CART)
Real time captioning, or more accurately communication access real-time translation (CART), is the art of adding subtitles to a live program, on the fly. It is generally used in sporting events, news, weather reports and political events. Screens International is proud to be the only company in the region that can offer this service.
3D Subtitlingone of the most challenging aspects
3D subtitling is one of the most challenging aspects of our subtitling work requiring highly qualified technical personnel. Screens International is the first company in the Middle East to offer 3D subtitling and related services.
Cinema SubtitlingSubtitling for theatrical films differs from TV and Disc subtitling
In many ways, subtitling for theatrical films differs from TV and Disc subtitling. Mostly done in dual Languages, follows client-specific style guidelines, and ends up at a technically challenging process that is the creation of a DCP (Digital Cinema Package).
CaptioningCaptioning, in its two forms OPEN CAPTION and CLOSED CAPTION/TELETEXT
Captioning, in its two forms OPEN CAPTION and CLOSED CAPTION/TELETEXT, is the art of creating subtitles and additional information to help the hard of hearing fully experience the media. The need for such services has been steadily growing over the recent decades as broadcasters seek to reach a wider audience.
Hearing Impairedwith respect to international laws, SDH has become a major service for companies like Screens International
With the emergence of several international laws requiring key networks to grant more aptitude to the hard-of-hearing, especially in Europe and North America, SDH has become a major service for companies like Screens International. SDH differs in many ways from standard subtitling, such as color codes, audio description and a special set of timing rules
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