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102 Dalmatians - Captions Only (1 message)
<No subject> (3 messages)
A.D. as metadata resource (1 message)
ACCESS Digest - 23 Nov 2000 to 27 Nov 2000 (#2000-29) (1 message)
Anyone counting? (4 messages)
Artistic integrity (was: Reading speeds (1 message)
Bigger & better... (1 message)
Calling All Stenocaptioners (1 message)
Caption/Subtitle Sponsorship (2 messages)
Captioned Cameras (2 messages)
Captioned VTRs (1 message)
Censoring in Captioning (3 messages)
Comments on U.K. captioning guidelines (1 message)
Deaf people's reading (3 messages)
Evergreen series captioning (1 message)
From Britain - FYI (1 message)
Gay Sports Media Roundup updated (1 message)
It's like rain on your wedding day (3 messages)
It's like rain on your wedding day AKA WHAT'S IRONY? (2 messages)
Listmanagerboy = twit (1 message)
Mail guidelines (1 message)
National captioning conference (3 messages)
Paul T. Stefurak (3 messages)
Reading speeds (17 messages)
Reading speeds (gently down the stream) (1 message)
Subtitles: Liability or "poetry"? (1 message)
Those poor deaf people (4 messages)
Two level captioning (2 messages)
Update re Charlie's Angels with CC's and Descriptions (1 message)
Verbatim Captioning (13 messages)
verbatim captioningVerbatim captioning is simply not always possible. I know that Carl has been doing some wonderful work at IDRT to study the ways caption viewers take in visual information, and from the discussion here it seems like a consensus is building that 100% information capture is an unrealistic ideal. What interests me is creating editing guidelines for captioners who face situations in which they must make decisions about what gets captioned and what gets left out. Let's talk about the round-table discussion format. Say you've got a panel of 10 high-powered past and present national figures and a moderator. The topic is emotionally charged and there are a lot of arguments and up to 11 people talking at once. As a hearing person, if I really worked at it, I could transcribe and caption just about everything said, but at points the captions could literally cover the entiverbatim captioning (1 message)
verbatim captioningVerbatim captioning is simply not alwayspossible. I know that Carl has been doing some wonderful work atIDRT to study the ways caption viewers take in visualinformation,and from the discussion here it seems like a consensus isbuilding that 100% information capture is an unrealistic ideal.What interests me is creating editing guidelines for captionerswho face situations in which they must make decisions about whatgets captioned and what gets left out. Let's talk about theround-table discussion format. Say you've got a panel of 10high-powered past and present national figures and a moderator.The topic is emotionally charged and there are a lot of argumentsand up to 11 people talking at once. As a hearing person,if I really worked at it,I could transcribe and caption just about everything said,but at points the captions could literally cover the entiverbatimcaptioning (1 message)
Video Description Petitions (1 message)
WGBH captioning archaisms (4 messages)
whoknowswhatgoesinwhenlotsofinfoispresentedveryquickly (2 messages)

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102 Dalmatians - Captions Only

102 Dalmatians - Captions Only

Mary Watkins

Mon, 20 Nov 2000 22:43:48 -0500

120 lines

New Thread

<No subject>

Rachel Bowers-Education

Tue, 21 Nov 2000 10:35:00 -0000

45 lines

Gary Robson

Mon, 27 Nov 2000 10:20:17 -0800

52 lines

Dan Dufresne

Mon, 27 Nov 2000 14:13:24 -0500

95 lines

New Thread

A.D. as metadata resource

A.D. as metadata resource

Joe Clark

Sat, 11 Nov 2000 21:35:21 -0500

61 lines

New Thread

ACCESS Digest - 23 Nov 2000 to 27 Nov 2000 (#2000-29)

Re: ACCESS Digest - 23 Nov 2000 to 27 Nov 2000 (#2000-29)

Jeanne Milne

Mon, 27 Nov 2000 23:13:14 -0500

28 lines

New Thread

Anyone counting?

Anyone counting?

Raymond T Kenney

Tue, 21 Nov 2000 19:22:08 -0500

23 lines

Re: Anyone counting?

Al Sonnenstrahl

Wed, 22 Nov 2000 08:38:29 -0500

56 lines

Re: Anyone counting?

Dan Dufresne

Wed, 22 Nov 2000 09:04:37 -0500

80 lines

Re: Anyone counting?

Michael Yared

Thu, 23 Nov 2000 05:37:32 -0500

114 lines

New Thread

Artistic integrity (was: Reading speeds

Artistic integrity (was: Reading speeds

Fred Cisin

Thu, 30 Nov 2000 15:58:06 -0800

51 lines

New Thread

Bigger & better...

Bigger & better...

Gary Robson

Mon, 27 Nov 2000 19:31:55 -0800

44 lines

New Thread

Calling All Stenocaptioners

Calling All Stenocaptioners

<>

Wed, 8 Nov 2000 09:30:57 +1100

77 lines

New Thread

Caption/Subtitle Sponsorship

Caption/Subtitle Sponsorship

Ant

Tue, 7 Nov 2000 17:13:32 +0000

30 lines

Re: Caption/Subtitle Sponsorship

<>

Wed, 8 Nov 2000 09:22:56 +1100

63 lines

New Thread

Captioned Cameras

Captioned Cameras

David Pierce

Wed, 1 Nov 2000 11:08:59 -0600

27 lines

Re: Captioned Cameras

<>

Thu, 2 Nov 2000 09:44:15 +1100

48 lines

New Thread

Captioned VTRs

Captioned VTRs

David Pierce

Wed, 1 Nov 2000 11:11:14 -0600

32 lines

New Thread

Censoring in Captioning

Censoring in Captioning

Jeff Stevens

Mon, 6 Nov 2000 21:03:28 -0500

33 lines

Re: Censoring in Captioning

Joe Clark

Mon, 6 Nov 2000 22:04:06 -0500

60 lines

Re: Censoring in Captioning

Gary Robson

Tue, 7 Nov 2000 08:45:25 -0800

43 lines

New Thread

Comments on U.K. captioning guidelines

Comments on U.K. captioning guidelines

Joe Clark

Thu, 9 Nov 2000 19:29:36 -0500

42 lines

New Thread

Deaf people's reading

Deaf people's reading

<>

Thu, 16 Nov 2000 07:11:21 EST

22 lines

Re: Deaf people's reading

John Babbitt

Thu, 16 Nov 2000 09:17:31 -0800

29 lines

Deaf People's reading

David Myers

Sat, 18 Nov 2000 21:45:22 +0000

34 lines

New Thread

Evergreen series captioning

Evergreen series captioning

Laura Doty

Mon, 20 Nov 2000 10:28:52 -0500

93 lines

New Thread

From Britain - FYI

From Britain - FYI

<>

Mon, 20 Nov 2000 10:01:40 +1100

238 lines

New Thread

Gay Sports Media Roundup updated

Gay Sports Media Roundup updated

Joe Clark

Tue, 31 Oct 2000 22:06:31 -0500

17 lines

New Thread

It's like rain on your wedding day

It's like rain on your wedding day

Joe Clark

Mon, 6 Nov 2000 18:32:17 -0500

72 lines

Re: It's like rain on your wedding day

Gary Robson

Tue, 7 Nov 2000 08:49:36 -0800

35 lines

Re: It's like rain on your wedding day

Ant

Tue, 7 Nov 2000 17:23:22 +0000

34 lines

New Thread

It's like rain on your wedding day AKA WHAT'S IRONY?

Re: It's like rain on your wedding day AKA WHAT'S IRONY?

<>

Tue, 7 Nov 2000 17:09:21 +1100

62 lines

Re: It's like rain on your wedding day AKA WHAT'S IRONY?

Ant

Tue, 7 Nov 2000 14:01:27 +0000

51 lines

New Thread

Listmanagerboy = twit

Listmanagerboy = twit

Joe Clark

Tue, 31 Oct 2000 23:00:25 -0500

39 lines

New Thread

Mail guidelines

Mail guidelines

Joe Clark

Sun, 19 Nov 2000 01:10:53 -0500

41 lines

New Thread

National captioning conference

National captioning conference

Kay Atkinson

Fri, 3 Nov 2000 16:24:33 -0500

26 lines

Re: National captioning conference

Joe Clark

Sun, 5 Nov 2000 19:07:57 -0500

22 lines

Re: National captioning conference

<>

Mon, 6 Nov 2000 14:20:21 +1100

56 lines

New Thread

Paul T. Stefurak

Paul T. Stefurak

Gary Robson

Tue, 14 Nov 2000 15:40:58 -0800

49 lines

Re: Paul T. Stefurak

Al Sonnenstrahl

Tue, 14 Nov 2000 18:46:03 -0500

72 lines

Re: Paul T. Stefurak

Gary Robson

Tue, 14 Nov 2000 16:07:41 -0800

38 lines

New Thread

Reading speeds

Re: Reading speeds

Joe Clark

Mon, 27 Nov 2000 15:59:27 -0500

44 lines

Re: Reading speeds

<>

Tue, 28 Nov 2000 11:03:11 +1100

33 lines

Re: Reading speeds

Joe Clark

Mon, 27 Nov 2000 19:11:26 -0500

41 lines

Re: Reading speeds

Gary Robson

Mon, 27 Nov 2000 15:59:27 -0800

54 lines

Re: Reading speeds

Martin Cleaver

Tue, 28 Nov 2000 10:13:27 +0100

49 lines

Re: Reading speeds

<>

Wed, 29 Nov 2000 10:06:31 +1100

36 lines

Re: Reading speeds

Dan Dufresne

Tue, 28 Nov 2000 18:11:47 -0500

74 lines

Re: Reading speeds

Gary Robson

Tue, 28 Nov 2000 17:06:09 -0800

45 lines

Fw: Re: Reading speeds

Martin Cleaver

Wed, 29 Nov 2000 07:33:09 +0100

40 lines

Re: Fw: Re: Reading speeds

Gary Robson

Wed, 29 Nov 2000 08:34:47 -0800

46 lines

Re: Reading speeds

<>

Thu, 30 Nov 2000 09:39:05 +1100

50 lines

Re: Fw: Re: Reading speeds

<>

Thu, 30 Nov 2000 09:57:49 +1100

38 lines

Re: Fw: Re: Reading speeds

Dan Dufresne

Wed, 29 Nov 2000 18:15:28 -0500

112 lines

Re: Reading speeds

<>

Thu, 30 Nov 2000 11:02:14 +1100

48 lines

Re: Reading speeds

Fred Cisin

Wed, 29 Nov 2000 18:25:23 -0800

58 lines

Re: Reading speeds

<>

Thu, 30 Nov 2000 08:00:08 EST

54 lines

Re: Fw: Re: Reading speeds

Gary Robson

Thu, 30 Nov 2000 08:54:20 -0800

103 lines

New Thread

Reading speeds (gently down the stream)

Re: Reading speeds (gently down the stream)

<>

Thu, 30 Nov 2000 17:05:35 +1100

46 lines

New Thread

Subtitles: Liability or "poetry"?

Subtitles: Liability or "poetry"?

Joe Clark

Sat, 11 Nov 2000 21:48:34 -0500

59 lines

New Thread

Those poor deaf people

Those poor deaf people

<>

Wed, 15 Nov 2000 08:07:46 EST

41 lines

Re: Those poor deaf people

Al Sonnenstrahl

Wed, 15 Nov 2000 09:08:58 -0500

75 lines

Re: Those poor deaf people

Joe Clark

Wed, 15 Nov 2000 18:36:11 -0500

46 lines

Re: Those Poor Deaf People

David Myers

Sat, 18 Nov 2000 21:45:22 +0000

30 lines

New Thread

Two level captioning

Two level captioning

<>

Fri, 17 Nov 2000 06:06:30 EST

33 lines

Re: Two level captioning

Al Sonnenstrahl

Fri, 17 Nov 2000 11:39:43 -0500

80 lines

New Thread

Update re Charlie's Angels with CC's and Descriptions

Update re Charlie's Angels with CC's and Descriptions

Mary Watkins

Sat, 18 Nov 2000 01:41:40 -0500

119 lines

New Thread

Verbatim Captioning

Verbatim Captioning

Dan Dufresne

Fri, 17 Nov 2000 09:12:59 -0500

133 lines

Re: Verbatim Captioning

Joe Clark

Fri, 17 Nov 2000 18:48:02 -0500

61 lines

Verbatim captioning

Joe Clark

Sat, 18 Nov 2000 17:16:53 -0500

36 lines

Re: Verbatim Captioning

Dan Dufresne

Sat, 18 Nov 2000 21:32:47 -0500

340 lines

Re: Verbatim Captioning

<>

Sun, 19 Nov 2000 12:32:43 EST

36 lines

Re: Verbatim Captioning

<>

Mon, 20 Nov 2000 07:59:02 +1100

77 lines

Re: Verbatim Captioning

Dan Dufresne

Sun, 19 Nov 2000 16:23:33 -0500

79 lines

Re: Verbatim Captioning

<>

Mon, 20 Nov 2000 09:58:35 +1100

39 lines

Re: Verbatim Captioning

David Myers

Mon, 20 Nov 2000 19:16:50 +0000

52 lines

Re: Verbatim Captioning

<>

Tue, 21 Nov 2000 10:38:15 +1100

42 lines

Fw: Verbatim captioning

Martin Cleaver

Tue, 21 Nov 2000 20:23:46 +0100

117 lines

Re: Fw: Verbatim captioning

<>

Wed, 22 Nov 2000 09:52:06 +1100

44 lines

Fw: Re: Fw: Verbatim captioning

Martin Cleaver

Wed, 22 Nov 2000 08:17:29 +0100

39 lines

New Thread

verbatim captioningVerbatim captioning is simply not always possible. I know that Carl has been doing some wonderful work at IDRT to study the ways caption viewers take in visual information, and from the discussion here it seems like a consensus is building that 100% information capture is an unrealistic ideal. What interests me is creating editing guidelines for captioners who face situations in which they must make decisions about what gets captioned and what gets left out. Let's talk about the round-table discussion format. Say you've got a panel of 10 high-powered past and present national figures and a moderator. The topic is emotionally charged and there are a lot of arguments and up to 11 people talking at once. As a hearing person, if I really worked at it, I could transcribe and caption just about everything said, but at points the captions could literally cover the entiverbatim captioning

verbatim captioningVerbatim captioning is simply not always possible. I know that Carl has been doing some wonderful work at IDRT to study the ways caption viewers take in visual information, and from the discussion here it seems like a consensus is building that 100% information capture is an unrealistic ideal. What interests me is creating editing guidelines for captioners who face situations in which they must make decisions about what gets captioned and what gets left out. Let's talk about the round-table discussion format. Say you've got a panel of 10 high-powered past and present national figures and a moderator. The topic is emotionally charged and there are a lot of arguments and up to 11 people talking at once. As a hearing person, if I really worked at it, I could transcribe and caption just about everything said, but at points the captions could literally cover the entiverbatim captioning

David Myers

Sat, 18 Nov 2000 21:45:22 +0000

65 lines

New Thread

verbatim captioningVerbatim captioning is simply not alwayspossible. I know that Carl has been doing some wonderful work atIDRT to study the ways caption viewers take in visualinformation,and from the discussion here it seems like a consensus isbuilding that 100% information capture is an unrealistic ideal.What interests me is creating editing guidelines for captionerswho face situations in which they must make decisions about whatgets captioned and what gets left out. Let's talk about theround-table discussion format. Say you've got a panel of 10high-powered past and present national figures and a moderator.The topic is emotionally charged and there are a lot of argumentsand up to 11 people talking at once. As a hearing person,if I really worked at it,I could transcribe and caption just about everything said,but at points the captions could literally cover the entiverbatimcaptioning

Re: verbatim captioningVerbatim captioning is simply not alwayspossible. I know that Carl has been doing some wonderful work atIDRT to study the ways caption viewers take in visualinformation,and from the discussion here it seems like a consensus isbuilding that 100% information capture is an unrealistic ideal.What interests me is creating editing guidelines for captionerswho face situations in which they must make decisions about whatgets captioned and what gets left out. Let's talk about theround-table discussion format. Say you've got a panel of 10high-powered past and present national figures and a moderator.The topic is emotionally charged and there are a lot of argumentsand up to 11 people talking at once. As a hearing person,if I really worked at it,I could transcribe and caption just about everything said,but at points the captions could literally cover the entiverbatimcaptioning

Dan Dufresne

Sat, 18 Nov 2000 21:35:04 -0500

174 lines

New Thread

Video Description Petitions

Video Description Petitions

David Pierce

Wed, 1 Nov 2000 12:21:01 -0600

13 lines

New Thread

WGBH captioning archaisms

WGBH captioning archaisms

Joe Clark

Mon, 13 Nov 2000 20:55:20 -0500

102 lines

Re: WGBH captioning archaisms

John Babbitt

Tue, 14 Nov 2000 08:29:50 -0800

30 lines

Re: WGBH captioning archaisms

Joe Clark

Wed, 15 Nov 2000 18:33:53 -0500

50 lines

Re: WGBH captioning archaisms

John Babbitt

Thu, 16 Nov 2000 08:05:45 -0800

21 lines

New Thread

whoknowswhatgoesinwhenlotsofinfoispresentedveryquickly

whoknowswhatgoesinwhenlotsofinfoispresentedveryquickly

<>

Tue, 28 Nov 2000 10:58:15 +1100

69 lines

Re: whoknowswhatgoesinwhenlotsofinfoispresentedveryquickly

Dan Dufresne

Mon, 27 Nov 2000 19:25:08 -0500

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