Live Webcast Closed Captioning
Live Web Streaming for Windows Media only
CPC-800 is our solution for live captioning on Windows Media streams. The streams can be played in Windows Media Player on a Windows desktop computer only. Since Windows Media is less popular these days, this software is not a solution for everyone, but it is still a good solution if your organization relies on Windows Media streaming for your live webcasts. For the latest info on live webcast captioning for other web formats, please see our Solutions for Web page.
Live Webcast Closed Captions
CPC-800 can insert closed captions into live streaming Windows Media videos on the web for live events. For details, click on How it Works. You can also insert closed captions into Windows Media Videos (.wmv) for video-on-demand in post-production.
Post Webcast Closed Captions and DVD Closed Captions
- Closed Caption webcasts in post-production (VOD) (WMP, QT, YouTube, Flash, iPod, iTune etc.)
- Closed Caption and Subtitle DVD
You can add closed captions to all your live Windows Media presentations. CPC has the technology to help you to do this plus comply with Section 508 and the ADA.
Features at a glance
- Closed caption webcast of any live event like corporate meetings, distance learning, or sporting events using speech recognition technology or a steno system.
- Closed caption a Webcast version of any live closed captioned TV broadcast at no additional cost!
- CPC has the technology to extract the closed caption data from any live TV broadcast which is closed captioned and automatically feed that data into the text stream to closed caption the Webcast of that video in real time. The software and hardware do all the work. There is no labor cost at all.
- Students can interact with the teacher and with each other. You can use the internet to have two way communications between the teacher and the students. A true distance learning communications solution. For the lecture, you can get the text in real time using a shadow speaker and speech recognition software, or a steno typist. Students can type their questions or comments inside a chat box and can communicate with the teacher and the other students.