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the translation on the closed captioning could not be any worse it is complete garbage it's so utterly wrong all the time its useless !
Windows 10 closed captions ease access to video
Many people find closed captioning helpful not only when watching videos, but also when using a PC. Windows includes several settings to make computer work easier when hearing is difficult.
Smile, A great new innovation to make CC work with the mic..
Would it be so awesome to make a game/platform work along side with the microphone as is in using "CC" as some would know what that means, it refers to Close captions that most see on their T.V. or Roku, etc. Having this would open up a much needed device for the Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing world, just think that Microsoft would be the first in doing so...it is a major plus for those who now are in a HUGE multi-player realm playing as a soldier or any team/squad games, you would be doing the deaf/HH world a huge favor, just because we can not hear does not make us any less but a unique person who is able to uses their loss as a gain in being much more in-depth in their surroundings...therefore you would open up a whole new frontier in doing so...Thanks for reading this....
Why ? Have not anyone come up with a solution...?
Hello...Greeting smile!! Yes, that is a question, Why not ? Just think of the powerful impact this would have... 1. To be able to use headset/mic in a gaming world,working with the "CC" that is short for "Close Captions", as you see on most T.V. platforms for the Deaf and Hard-Of-Hearing world. But, does it end there, NO it does not... 2. While yet it is a small spectrum of people who rely on having to read lips or a simple text messages on their phones/T.V. It does not stop there, for example...one could be of a different nationality ,not knowing the language/s of whom they are trying to listen to and how to gain a understanding of... could simply put on the headset with a mic, and presto the language/s can be understood by both parties, because of the languages barrier/s is now understood as a 'minor obsequy"....Now no longer is there a barrier to not understand a unknown language/s. 3. Or simply wanting to have no sound, but just a text messages ,and a piece of mind knowingly that you will have a record of the conversation/s with... *the market is open to something new and bold. Why not give this a starter in an known format as in CC. Thank you for reading this, And please help those who have great ideas...to better the world now and tomorrow.
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Closed captions let you read the words that are spoken in the audio part of a video, movie, or TV show. When closed captioning is turned on, captions are usually displayed at the bottom of your screen. Closed captioning is available when you watch supported DVDs, Blu-ray Discs, and many on-demand video services.
Closed captions let you read the words that are spoken in the audio part of a video or television show. When closed captioning is turned on, closed captions are usually displayed at the bottom of the screen.
Closed captions let you read the words spoken in the audio portion of a video, TV show, or movie. To customize how closed captions appear in Windows and some Windows apps, select the Start button, then select Settings > Ease of Access > Closed captions. Select the settings you want and see how they appear in Preview.
A closed caption is text that appears onscreen for a segment of time while a video is playing. Closed captions can be stored in a text-based file with a.vtt filename extension. You can create a closed-caption file on your own or use a caption-creation tool. This article describes how to create a closed-caption file yourself in Notepad.