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In the United States especially, most media monitoring services capture and index closed captioning text from news and public affairs programs, allowing them to search the text for client references. The use of closed captioning for television news monitoring was pioneered by Universal Press Clipping Bureau (Universal Information Services) in 1992,[citation needed] and later in 1993 by Tulsa-based NewsTrak of Oklahoma (later known as Broadcast News of Mid-America, acquired by video news release pioneer Medialink Worldwide Incorporated in 1997).[citation needed] US patent 7,009,657 describes a "method and system for the automatic collection and conditioning of closed caption text originating from multiple geographic locations" as used by news monitoring services.

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In 2010, Vegas Pro, the professional non-linear editor, was updated to support importing, editing, and delivering CEA-608 closed captions.[54] Vegas Pro 10, released on October 11, 2010, added several enhancements to the closed captioning support. TV-like CEA-608 closed captioning can now be displayed as an overlay when played back in the Preview and Trimmer windows, making it easy to check placement, edits, and timing of CC information. CEA708 style Closed Captioning is automatically created when the CEA-608 data is created. Line 21 closed captioning is now supported, as well as HD-SDI closed captioning capture and print from AJA and Blackmagic Design cards. Line 21 support provides a workflow for existing legacy media. Other improvements include increased support for multiple closed captioning file types, as well as the ability to export closed caption data for DVD Architect, YouTube, RealPlayer, QuickTime, and Windows Media Player.

In mid-2009, Apple released Final Cut Pro version 7 and began support for inserting closed caption data into SD and HD tape masters via FireWire and compatible video capture cards.[55] Up until this time, it was not possible for video editors to insert caption data with both CEA-608 and CEA-708 to their tape masters. The typical workflow included first printing the SD or HD video to a tape and sending it to a professional closed caption service company that had a stand-alone closed caption hardware encoder.

In some Asian television programming, captioning is considered a part of the genre, and has evolved beyond simply capturing what is being said. The captions are used artistically; it is common to see the words appear one by one as they are spoken, in a multitude of fonts, colors, and sizes that capture the spirit of what is being said. Languages like Japanese also have a rich vocabulary of onomatopoeia which is used in captioning.

The learning activities lasted for 8 weeks, with two 40-min sessions per week. In the beginning, the teacher illustrated and explained the learning procedure and overview of Indonesia and its culture to Chinese learners. To help students consolidate the learning content, at the end of each lesson or each task, the teacher randomly asked questions or encouraged students to share their feelings and experience about content with everyone. Then the instructor gave some comments or suggestions. Chinese students mainly completed script about they are going to present, group discussion of scripts and ideas sharing in class. After scripts were finalized, all of them completed 360-degree video shooting after class. Meanwhile, the researcher in Indonesia explained the learning process to the Indonesian participants. Then, Chinese students were divided into small groups of seven or eight students. Each group selected one topic of interest. The five Indonesian participants also selected one topic each. Chinese students and Indonesian participants who chose the same topic were matched to become communication partners. Therefore, Indonesian participants and Chinese students formed a one-to-many exchange partnership. In previous studies, Menard-Warwick et al. (2013) and Cunningham (2019) have also established a one-to-many communication partnership in intercultural research. Then, exchange activities were implemented. Participants completed the following core tasks in order.

After the sudden death of his father in the hands of a police officer and said officer ending up dead by inexplicable reasons, Sean Diaz flees his hometown in Seattle, USA, along with his brother, Daniel, fearing separation and being accused of a crime they did not commit. With barely any resources and Daniel not knowing what happened to his father, the brothers sleep in the streets and spend one night in the forest. The next morning, Sean and Daniel make a stop at a gas station to get supplies and are recognized by the owner, who holds Sean captive and calls the police. Sean escapes capture with the help of Daniel, and the brothers find help in a stranger named Brody. Sean discusses his situation with Brody and decides to get out of the country and go to Puerto Lobos, Mexico, his father's hometown, and to tell Daniel the truth about their father. Brody gets the brothers a motel room and parts ways with them. In the motel room, Daniel angrily manifests telekinetic powers after finding out about his father's death before Sean can tell him. Sean manages to calm him down, and the next morning, the brothers take a bus towards the south.

On July 10, 2017, Jean-Luc Cano, Lead Writer for Life is Strange 2[7] confirmed on a podcast that the motion capture sessions began in August 2017. He also suggested that the game would be released in 2018.[13][14]

Please attach your model and indicate where you want the text to go on a screen capture. To attach your model, open it in Fusion 360, select the File menu then Export and save to your hard drive. Then Attach it to the Attachments section of a post reply.

Thirty men and women study a sporty silver test model of a 2011 Hyundai. The 15 men and 15 women are asked to stare at specific parts of the vehicle, including the bumper, the windshield and the tires. Electrode-studded caps on their heads capture the electrical activity in their brains as they view the car for an hour. That information is recorded in a hard drive each person wears on a belt. Their brain activity is supposed to show preferences that could lead to purchasing decisions. "We want to know what consumers think about a car before we start manufacturing thousands of them," says Dean Macko, manager of brand strategy at Hyundai Motor America. Macko expects the carmaker will tweak the exterior based on the electroencephalograph reports, which tracks activity in all parts of the brain. 041b061a72


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