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    That would be a big help. You know, short captions would do for a lot of things. And while I can't speak for anybody else, I do know that I can make a guess (shrewd or not) on what's being said by context.

    Do me a favor if you would and review the last video up you put up. Can you spot places in it where a word or phrase might just be all a viewer needs? I'm guessing, well hoping more, that that's the case.

    Thanks,

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    I don't know, I'm afraid. I use Subtitle Workshop almost exclusively and it's kind of an oddity. Somethings are really difficult to do in it.

    Let me know if you find some software that you like so I can take a look at it too. Would be a big help.

    Thanks.

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    Advanced understatement. Some of the on the fly captioning is a scream. I caught my wife whose hearing is excellent, turning it on. She says it a great way to brighten the day.

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    That was one of my goals. Looks like he's a scream but I'm afraid I, ah, miss the more profound points he must make. I do enjoy them myself.

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    I took a look and it does look like it could be a help. I have the feeling what I'm already doing with Subtitle Workshop is fairy close to the same thing.

    Big drawback.

    I'm deaf. I can't make up my own transcripts.

    That's the big hurdle for me.

    Thanks for the link.

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