This paper provides an overview of the subtitle research conducted by BBC R&D over the past two years.
We want everyone to enjoy our programmes, whether they use a remote control, a mouse or touch screen to access them, and whatever their age and ability. Recent projects have looked at personal assistive technology, customising existing devices and interfaces activated by gesture and voice.
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WHP 306: The Impact of Subtitle Display Rate on Enjoyment Under Normal Television Viewing Conditions
This study examined the impact of subtitle display rate on enjoyment for a representative sample of subtitle users. The results challenge previous assumptions.
Automatic retrieval of closed captions for web clips from broadcast TV content
Responsive Design for Personalised Subtitles
White Paper WHP259: The Development of a Methodology to Evaluate the Perceived Quality of Live TV Subtitles
The Development of a Methodology to Evaluate the Perceived Quality of Live TV Subtitles
Handout produced for IBC 2013
Measurement of Subtitle Quality: an R&D Perspective
Candidate Techniques for Improving Live Subtitle Quality
White Paper WHP 242: Improving the Experience of Media in the Connected Home with a New Approach to Inter-Device Communication
Improving the Experience of Media in the Connected Home with a New Approach to Inter-Device Communication
A review of the impact of audio processing on speech intelligibility
White Paper WHP 185: Enabling and Enriching Broadcast Services by Combining IP and Broadcast Delivery
Enabling and Enriching services of broadcast IP to Broadband
Audio description: what it is and how it works