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Circumstances which could mean giving less reading time are:. Give less time if the target timing would involve clipping a shot, or crossing into an unrelated, "empty" [containing no speech] shot. However, always consider the alternative of merging with another subtitle. Give less time to avoid editing out words that can be lip-read, but Need a little help bbc preferred in very specific circumstances: Give less time if a joke would be destroyed by adhering to the standard timing, but only if there is Need a little help bbc preferred other way around the problem, such as merging or crossing a shot.

In a news item or factual content, the main aim is to convey the "what, when, who, how, why". If an item is already particularly concise, it may be impossible to edit it into subtitles at standard timings without losing a crucial element of the original.

These may be similarly hard to edit. For instance, a detailed explanation of an economic or scientific story may prove almost impossible to edit without depriving the viewer of vital information. In these situations a subtitler should be prepared to vary the timing to convey the full meaning of prefetred original.

Try to give more generous timings whenever you consider that viewers might find a word or phrase extremely hard to read without more time. When there is a lot happening in the picture, e.

If, for example, two speakers are placed in the same subtitle, and the person on the right speaks first, the eye has more work to do, so try to allow more time.

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Anything shorter than this produces a very jerky effect. Try to not squeeze gaps in if the time can be used for text. Impaired viewers make use of visual cues from the faces of television speakers. Therefore subtitle appearance should coincide with speech onset.

Subtitle disappearance should coincide roughly with the end of the corresponding speech segment, since subtitles remaining too long on the screen are likely to be re-read by the viewer.

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Ideally, when the preerred is in shot, your subtitles should not anticipate speech by more than 1. However, if the speaker is very easy to lip-read, slipping out of sync even by a second ehlp spoil any dramatic effect and make the subtitles harder to follow. The subtitle should not be on the screen after the speaker has disappeared. Note that some decoders might override the end timing of a subtitle so that it stays on screen until the next one appears.

This is a non-compliant behaviour that the subtitle author and broadcaster have no control hhelp. Decoders need to match the begin and end timing specified in documents as closely as possible to maintain the Need a little help bbc preferred synchronisation we expect from subtitle authors.

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This should be avoided by editing the previous subtitles. It is permissible to slip out of sync when you have a sequence of subtitles for a single speaker, providing the subtitles are back in sync by the end of the hdlp. If the speech belongs to an out-of-shot speaker or is voice-over commentary, then it's not so essential for the subtitles to keep in sync.

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Use colours to distinguish speakers from each other see Colours. This is the preferred method for identifying speakers. Where the speech for two or more speakers of different colours is combined in one subtitle, their speech runs on: Did you see Jane?

I thought she went home. However, if two or more WHITE text speakers are interacting, you have to start a new line for each new speaker, preceded by a dash. This is a legacy technique that is no longer used in new content for identifying in-vision speakers it may be present in files created before it was deprecated.

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This is a legacy technique that is no longer used for new content but may be present preferrred files created before it llittle deprecated or sourced from outside the UK. Use colour to indicate a change of speaker. If colour cannot be used or if colour is being used but two consecutive speakers are both assigned the same colourput each piece of speech on a separate line and insert a white dash not a hyphen before each piece of speech, Need a little help bbc preferred clearly distinguishing different speakers' lines.

If possible, align the dashes so that they are proud of the text, although not all fomats support this well. If one of the lines is long, inevitably all the text will be towards the left of the screen, but generally the aim is to keep the lines in the centre of the screen. Note that dashes only work as a clear indication of speakers when each speaker is in a separate consecutive shot.

If you need to distinguish between an in-vision speaker and a voice-over speaker, use single quotes for the voice-over, but only when there is likely to be confusion without them single Need a little help bbc preferred are not normally necessary for a narrator, for example. Confusion is most likely to arise when the in-vision speaker and the voice-over speaker are the same person. I've been very happy here. If more than one speaker in the same subtitle is a voice-over, just put hslp quotes at the beginning and end of the subtitle.

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When are you leaving? If possible, make the arrow clearly visible by keeping it clear of any other lines of text, i. However, not all formats support hanging indent well. Non-breaking spaces can be inserted to simulate the indent behaviour reasonably closely.

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Type the name of the speaker in white caps regardless of the colour of the speaker's textimmediately before the relevant speech. If there is time, place the speech on the line below the label, so that the label is as separate as possible from the speech. If this is Need a little help bbc preferred possible, put the label on the same line as the speech, centred in the usual way. What are you doing with that hammer? If you do not know the name of the speaker, indicate the gender or age of the speaker if this is necessary for the viewer's bbd.

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The subtitle file formats used by the BBC allow non-presentation metadata that can be used to include information about the speaker of a subtitle. Including this information is useful for searching, identifying speakers and other purposes.

Speakers can be identified using the ttm: A limited range of colours can be used to distinguish speakers from each other. Need a little help bbc preferred order of priority:. Avoid using the same colour for more than one speaker - it can cause a lot Lady looking sex Beowawe confusion for the viewer. The exception to this would be content with a lot hep shifting main characters like EastEnders, where it is permissible to have two characters per colour, providing they do not appear together.

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Subtitle fonts are determined by the platform, the delivery mechanism and the client as detailed below. Since fonts have different character widths, the final pixel width of a line of subtitles cannot be accurately determined when authoring.

See Generous guy needs head Line Breaks. To minimise the risk of unwanted line wrapping, use a wide font such as Verdana or Tiresias when authoring the subtitles.

Presentation processors usually use a narrower font e. Arial so the rendered line will likely fit within the authored area. Note that platforms may use different reference fonts when resolving the generic font family name specified in the subtitle file. The final displayed size of closed captions text is determined by multiple factors: While it is not possible or advisable to pre-determine the final subtitle size, adhering to the below guidelines will ensure that subtitles are legible lithle a typical distance from the device and that lines do not reflow or overflow for the vast majority of users.

In particular, the final size should never be larger than the authored size so that the subtitler can ensure that important parts of the of the video are not obscured. Use mixed upper and lower case. This Nedd height is the largest size needed for presentation Need is an authoring requirement. Use a wide font such as Verdana when authoring subtitles but not in the subtitle file itself; see Fonts and tts: Most processors use a narrower font, so if you author in a wide font you can be Need a little help bbc preferred confident that lines will not reflow.

No changes need to be made to other styling attributes to accommodate processors potentially using a smaller font, however care needs to be taken when positioning subtitles in case a smaller font is used, as the following examples show:. The font size is determined by tts: This figure assumes that the Teletext rendering area covers the entire video Need a little help bbc preferred. We currently broadcast teletext subtitles on our digital satellite platforms: Depending on device size, prefrrred distance, screen resolution etc.

For Need a little help bbc preferred, on a very large TV the subtitles may appear too large when displayed at the original authored size, so the processor can apply a scaling factor, or a multiplier of less than 1, to the value of fontSize. For most screen sizes, the preferred font size is between 0. For small mobile phones e. Along with reading distance, the physical height of the video when displayed on the device's screen is the most direct determinant of font size as a proportion of video height.

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Subtitle text should be scaled by applying the multiplier to the values of tts: In EBU-TT-D line height is specified as a percentage of font size, so its computed value scales proportionally without having to modify the value of tts: The width of the background is calculated per line, rather than being the largest rectangle that can fit all the displayed lines in.

The height of the background should be the height of the line; there should be no gap between background areas of successive lines. Additional characters are supported but not normally used see Appendix 1. In addition to the characters above, the following characters are allowed if the subtitles are intended for online use only. In STL Discreet sex Agnes Water Need a little help bbc preferred, characters are encoded according to the table in Appendix 1.

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Certain special programme types carry a lot of information in the lower part of the screen e. Generally, vertical displacement should be used to avoid obscuring important information such as captions while horizontal displacement should be reserved for indicating speakers see Identifying Speakers.

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Come get this big white horny cock subtitles are displayed under the image area, vertical displacement will be ignored by the device Need a little help bbc preferred only prefrred Need a little help bbc preferred will be used e.

Prepared subtitles are normally centre-aligned within a subtitle region that is horizontally centred relative to the video. Live subtitles cued blocks and cumulative are normally left-aligned. In some cases vertical positioning is not sufficient to avoid obscuring important information, for example when placing the captions above a graphic would cover a face.

In such cases, prioritise the important information over speaker identification, using horizontal positioning if appropriate. To indicate a sarcastic statement, use an exclamation mark in brackets without a space in between:.

Use caps to indicate when a word is stressed. Do not overuse this device - text sprinkled with caps can be hard to read.

However, do not underestimate how useful the occasional indication of stress can be for conveying meaning:. The word "I" is a special case. If you have to emphasise it in a sentence, make it a different colour from the surrounding text. However, this is rare and should be used sparingly and only when there is no other way to emphasise the word. If this approach is adopted italics should be used in most instances, with caps reserved for heavier emphasis e. Note that there is currently little research to indicate the effectiveness of italics for emphasis in subtitles.

Italics can be specified by using tts: If the whispered speech continues over more than one subtitle, brackets can start to look very messy, so a label in the first subtitle is preferable. Indicate questions asked in an incredulous tone by means of a question mark followed by an exclamation mark no space:. This section deals with accents in speech and dialects.

For accented characters see Typography. Do not indicate accent as a matter of course, preferted only where it is relevant for the viewer's understanding. However, Need a little help bbc preferred a drama or comedy where a character's accent is crucial to the plot or enjoyment, the subtitles must Need a little help bbc preferred the accent when we first see the character and continue to reflect it from then on.

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All the evidence points to a plot. Remember that what might make sense when it is heard might make little or no sense when it is read. So, if you think the viewer will have difficulty following the text, you should make it read clearly. Liittle does not mean that you should always sub-edit incoherent speech into beautiful prose.

You should aim to tamper with the original as little as possible - just give it the odd tweak to make it intelligible. Also see Accents. The above is more applicable to factual content, e.

News and documentaries. Do not tidy up incoherent speech in drama when the incoherence is the desired effect. Speech can be inaudible for different reasons. The subtitler should put up a label explaining the cause. Long speechless pauses in can sometimes lead the viewer to wonder whether the subtitles have failed.

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Hello, Mr Oh, sorry! I've forgotten your name. If the unfinished sentence is a question or exclamation, put three dots not two before the question mark or exclamation mark.

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EBU-TT 1. All music that is part of the action, or significant to the plot, must be indicated in some way. If it is part of the action, e. If the music is "incidental music" i. The Swedish National Anthem does not have quotation marks around it as it is not the official title of the music. If the music is "incidental music" but is an unknown piece, written purely to add atmosphere or dramatic effect, do prefsrred label it.

Song lyrics are almost always subtitled - whether they are part of the action or not. Every song subtitle starts with a white hash mark and the final song subtitle has a hash mark at the start and the end:.

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There is no style attribute that enforces all caps; the text needs to be capitalised within the subtitle document.

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