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RE: Captioning for the deaf

From: Rob Martell <rob_martell@DIGITAL-REN.COM>
Date: Thu, 11 Feb 1999 17:31:49 -0500
Message-ID: <E09B8717558DD211BF0300609793FBB01A4F57@MAILSERVER>
To: Ken Nuebler <ken.nuebler@ncmail.net>, Eduardo Carneiro da cunha <educc@nce.ufrj.br>
Cc: www-smil@w3.org
The answer is closed realtime closed captioning is possible . 

I do not know of any combined  product that does it yet , but I could figure
how to build one though from parts of products we sell and some other stuff.

Let me know if you want details.

Rob.
TAG Software


		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Ken Nuebler [mailto:ken.nuebler@ncmail.net]
		Sent:	February 11, 1999 1:35 PM
		To:	Eduardo Carneiro da cunha
		Cc:	www-smil@w3.org
		Subject:	Captioning for the deaf

		 << File: Card for Ken Nuebler >> I am currently involved in
working with the NC Div of Services for the Deaf
		and hard of hearing.  After reviewing Ecuardo's example I
was wondering if
		it was possible to have real time streaming video in one
window and real
		time or chat type of captioning to the right of the video.
My basic
		question Is real time captioning possible yet?  Is anyone
doing it.   Thanks
		in advance.

		This technology will really open up the world for the deaf
and blind.

		
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