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What’s the Difference Between CEA-608 (Line 21) Captions & CEA-708 Captions?

by Emily Griffin in How-To

There are two standards of closed captions for broadcast television. CEA-608 closed captions (also known as Line 21 captions and EIA-608 captions) were the old standard for closed captioning of analog television. CEA-708 closed captions (also known as EIA-708 captions) are the…

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Updated January 4, 2018
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Why You Need to Caption Spanish Video on the Web

by Emily Griffin in Industry Trends

Google released automatic Spanish captioning for YouTube videos back in 2012, but just like its English auto-captioning feature, it has serious accuracy problems. Still, the gesture validates the importance of closed captioning Spanish videos on the internet. Why do Spanish videos need…

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Updated February 6, 2018
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Spanish Subtitles vs. Spanish Closed Captions: What’s the Difference?

by Emily Griffin in Industry Trends

According to a Nielsen report, Hispanic Americans watch 62% more digital video than non-Hispanics. Combine that with recent FCC regulations for Spanish-language closed captioning, and you can expect to see huge demand for Spanish transcription services. American broadcast companies are accustomed to…

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Updated January 4, 2018

Introducing Spanish Closed Captioning & Video Transcription

by Emily Griffin in Product Updates

As of 2014, all Spanish-language television in the United States must be captioned according to FCC regulations. Spanish closed captions must adhere to the FCC’s caption quality standards for accuracy, placement, timing, and completeness. According to the CVAA, if the Spanish programming…

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Updated January 4, 2018

Closed Captioning for Broadcast Television: What’s the Difference Between 708 Captions and 608 (Line 21) Captions?

by Lily Bond in How-To

There are two standards of closed captions for broadcast television. CEA-608 captions (also known as Line 21 captions and EIA-608 captions) were the old standard for closed captioning of analog television. CEA-708 captions (also known as EIA-708 captions) are the new standard…

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Updated January 4, 2018
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How to Force Closed Captions to Appear on Your YouTube Videos

by Sofia Enamorado in How-To

  Have you ever wished that you could make people watch your video with captions? Well, we’re going to show you just how to do that! You might want to force captions on your YouTube videos for a few reasons. 3 Reasons…

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Updated January 4, 2018