Subtitling Answers for Handheld Media and Cell phones.


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Investigate and model techniques for conveying subtitled media to cell phones of different sorts ... By means of committed portable TV standard (MPH, ATSC-M/H, MediaFLO (North America) ...
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Inscribing Solutions for Handheld Media and Mobile Devices Geoff Freed Carl and Ruth Shapiro Family National Center for Accessible Media at WGBH Boston, Massachusetts http://ncam.wgbh.org/mm

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About NCAM The Media Access Group at WGBH is a non-benefit administration (workplaces in Boston, Los Angeles, & New York) The Caption Center (est. 1972) the world\'s first inscribing office makes varying media available to gatherings of people who are hard of hearing or in need of a hearing aide Descriptive Video Service (est. 1990) makes TV, film & video open to groups of onlookers who are visually impaired or outwardly weakened The National Center for Accessible Media (est. 1993) an exploration, improvement and promotion element attempts to make existing & rising advances available to all groups of onlookers computerized TV, united media, instructive innovations, Web, interactive media

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Part I: Project Overview

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Project outline Explore and model techniques for conveying inscribed media to cell phones of assorted types Address the specialized necessities for bundling and disseminating inscriptions Examine courses for clients to get to and control subtitle information

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Project synopsis Launched October 1, 2007 ( http://ncam.wgbh.org/mm ) Partners and members incorporate... AOL Apple HP Open Media Network Research In Motion MacNeil/Lehrer Productions Samsung Funding gave by the U.S. Division of Education

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Project objectives Publish exhibit models that demonstrate to make, disperse, download and show inscribed substance on handheld gadgets Publish convenience research on available interface and inscription show alternatives Distribute data for substance makers, administration suppliers, and outsider device designers to make and transcode subtitles Detail the prerequisites essential for non-restrictive and in addition exclusive content and video arrangements to render inscriptions

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What\'s being tried? Telephones, cell phones PDAs PMPs Handheld TV inputs

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Mother says... "Gone ahead... do individuals truly sit in front of the TV and motion pictures on phones?"

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Part II: How films or TV signals get to a cell phone

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How is video conveyed to cell phones? Downloaded from the Web and matched up to cell phone

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How is video conveyed to cell phones? Downloaded or gushed by means of remote system specifically to cell phone

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How is video conveyed to cell phones? Over information systems (e.g., EDGE, EV-DO, CDMA, GPRS, HSDPA, others) specifically to cell phone

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How is TV conveyed to cell phones? By means of committed versatile TV standard (MPH, ATSC-M/H, MediaFLO (North America), DVB-H, DMB (Europe, Asia), others: V CAST (Verizon), CV (AT&T), Sprint TV (Sprint), others

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How are subtitles conveyed? In a perfect world… as information tracks in downloaded or gushed video as information conveyed alongside the advanced versatile TV signal Methods accessible today: shut subtitles encoded into video for certain Apple gadgets (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPod Nano) open inscriptions unmistakable in any organization, playable on any player

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Part III: Devices, assessments

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What\'s being assessed? Video support what format(s)? downlodable just, or spilling? on the off chance that gushing, can subtitles be gotten and controlled? Shut inscription support what format(s)? how are they controlled?

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What\'s being assessed? Will the gadget show open subtitles? Qualities textual style face and size content shading foundation sort (straightforward, translucent, strong) foundation shading Can attributes be controlled by the client?

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Devices presently under assessment Apple iPhone Apple iPod Nano

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Apple iPhone Video support: M4V; iPod player Display: 3.5"/480x320 Caption support: shut (.scc position; pop-on and move up) and open Closed-subtitle control: yes Characteristics: .scc: white monospace textual style, dark foundation no client control open: dictated by creator no client control

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Apple iPhone: shut inscriptions (pop-on)

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Apple iPhone: shut inscriptions (move up)

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Apple iPhone: open subtitles

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Apple iPhone: CC settings

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Apple iPod Nano Video support: M4V; iPod player Display: 2"/320x240 Caption support: shut (.scc group; pop-on and move up) and open Closed-inscription control: yes, by means of Video  Settings menu Characteristics: .scc: white monospace textual style, dark foundation no client control open: controlled by creator no client control

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Apple iPod Nano: shut inscriptions (pop-on)

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Apple iPod Nano: shut inscriptions (move up)

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Apple iPod Nano: open subtitles

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Apple iPod Nano: CC settings

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Devices as of now under assessment BlackBerry ® Curve 8320 ™ Smartphone

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BlackBerry Curve 8320 Video support: MP4, H.263, WMV; BlackBerry Media Player Display: 2.5"/320x240 Caption bolster: open just Caption control: none Characteristics: open subtitles just style dictated by creator no client control

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BlackBerry Curve 8320: open subtitles

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Devices as of now under assessment HP iPAQ 210 PDA HP iPAQ 510 Voice Messenger

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HP 210 Video support: WMV; Windows Media Player Display: 4"/480x640 Caption bolster: open just Caption control: none Characteristics: open subtitles just controlled by creator no client control

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HP 210

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HP 210

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HP 510 Video support: WMV; Windows Media Player Display: 2"/176x220 Caption bolster: open just Caption control: none Characteristics: open inscriptions just controlled by creator no client control

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HP 510

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Devices at present under assessment Samsung BlackJack II (i617)

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Samsung BlackJack II i617 Video support: WMV; Windows Media Player AT&T\'s CV administration (not yet assessed) Display: 2.4"/320x240 Caption bolster: open just Caption control: none Characteristics: open subtitles just dictated by creator no client control

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Samsung BlackJack II i617

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Part IV: Upcoming work

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What\'s next? Center gatherings in Los Angeles and Boston test an assortment of inscription presentation choices thoughts for subtitle control interfaces Continue considering inscription creation techniques for versatile conveyance Begin making models of subtitle control interfaces Continue to work with guidelines gatherings W3C\'s Timed Text working gathering, Synchronized Multimedia working gathering, Mobile Web Initiative and the Video on the Web action ATSC M/H working gathering Continue to work with merchants to create and refine strategies for making and appropriating subtitle information Create working case of inscribed media

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More data Project Web webpage: http://ncam.wgbh.org/mm venture outline models of subtitled media for different gadgets gadget correlation diagram

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