1 edition of Subtitling through speech recognition found in the catalog.
Subtitling through speech recognition
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Translation practices explained|
|LC Classifications||P306 .R67 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 194 p. :|
|Number of Pages||194|
|LC Control Number||2010054161|
The speech to text application that allows you to take voice notes and save them locally or send them to cloud services. Supports a customizable list of replaceable words and punctuation for voice input; continuous speech recognition; letter capitalization control; undo command for the last speech input, triggered by a button or by voice. Can recognize speech in online and in offline mode. Subtitles should contain single sentences. Each subtitle should comprise a single complete sentence. Depending on the speed of speech, there are exceptions to this general recommendation (see live subtitling, short and long sentences below). Avoid 3 lines or more.
Speech recognition technology has advanced so quickly in the United States that about 50% of all live captioning was through speech recognition as of [ citation needed ] Real-time captions look different from offline captions, as they are presented as a continuous flow of text as people speak. The subtitle segmentation is similar to other segmentation techniques that are necessary for many Natural Language Processing tasks: Dialogue Act segmentation (Warnke et al., ), sentence boundary detection for Text-to-Speech (Read and Cox, ), or punctuation mark enriched speech recognition output (Beeferman et al., ).
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Based on sound research and first-hand experience in the field, Subtitling through Speech Recognition: Respeaking is the first book to present a comprehensive overview of the production of subtitles through speech recognition in Europe.
Topics covered include the origins of subtitling for the deaf and hard of hearing, the different methods used to provide live subtitles and. : Subtitling Through Speech Recognition: Respeaking (Translation Practices Explained) (): Romero-Fresco, Pablo: BooksCited by: The working language of the book is English, but the DVD also contains sample material in Dutch, French, Galician, German, Italian and Spanish.
Subtitling through Speech Recognition: Respeaking is designed for use as a coursebook for classroom practice or Author: Pablo Romero-Fresco. The working language of the book is English, but the DVD also contains sample material in Dutch, French, Galician, German, Italian and Spanish.
Subtitling through Speech Recognition: Respeaking is designed for use as a coursebook for classroom practice or as a handbook for self-learning. Ele é autor dos livros Subtitling through Speech Recognition: Respeaking (Routledge), Accessible Filmmaking (Routledge) e editor do livro The Reception of Subtitles for the Deaf and Hard of Author: Pablo Romero-Fresco.
The working language of the book is English, but the DVD also contains sample material in Dutch, French, Galician, German, Italian and Spanish. Subtitling through Speech Recognition: Respeaking is designed for use as a coursebook for classroom practice or as a handbook for self-learning.5/5(1).
Subtitling through Speech Recognition: Respeaking is designed for use as a course book for classroom practice or as a handbook for self-learning. It will be of interest to undergraduate and postgraduate students as well as freelance and in-house language : Pablo Romero-Fresco.
He is the author of the books Subtitling through Speech Recognition: Respeaking (Routledge) and Accessible Filmmaking (Routledge) and leader of the research centre GALMA (Galician Observatory for Media Accessibility), for which he is coordinating the EU-funded projects Media Accessibility Platform and ILSA (Interlingual Live Subtitling for Access).
(This book o ﬀ ers a comprehensive overview of the production of subtitles through speech recognition, ranging from the origins of subtitling f or the deaf and the hard-of-hearing, to the. He is the author of the books Subtitling through Speech Recognition: Respeaking (Routledge), Accessible Filmmaking: Integrating translation and accessibility into the filmmaking process (Routledge, forthcoming) and the editor of The Reception of Subtitles for the Deaf and Hard of.
Romero-Fresco, Pablo. Subtitling through speech recognition: Respeaking, Page 1 of 1 Subtitling with Speech Recognition: Book Review Most Cited Corpora in Translation Studies: An Overview and Some Suggestions for Future Research.
“Live Subtitling with Speech Recognition: How to Pinpoint the Challenges.” In Media and Translation: An Interdisciplinary Approach, ed. by Dror Abend. TY - BOOK. T1 - Subtitling through Speech Recognition: T2 - Respeaking. AU - Romero Fresco, Pablo.
PY - Y1 - M3 - Book. SN - Automatic subtitling through speech recognition technology has become an important topic in recent years, where the effort has mostly centered on improving core speech technology to obtain better recognition results.
However, subtitling quality also depends on other parameters aimed at favoring the readability and quick understanding of. Book review. Pablo Romero-Fresco. Subtitling through speech recognition: Respeaking (Translation Practices Explained, 13). Manchester: St.
Jerome, pp. Reviewed by Anna Matamala. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. The Microsoft Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) technology service, which generates Teams meeting captions, may use a meeting's subject, invitation, participant names, attachments, and recent emails of the participants to improve the accuracy of captions.
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Find more information. Creating subtitles for videos manually is a process that becomes increasingly more difficult as the duration of a video gets longer because you have to transcribe each and every word in that video. What’s more, the subtitles have to be perfectly synced with the video and the audio, as subtitle delays can cause a great deal of confusion.
Creating Sound Glyph Database for Video Subtitling: /ch Accessibility of speech information in videos is a huge challenge for the hearing impaired, making a visual representation such as text subtitling essential. You can create subtitles for your movies automatically using a voice recognition application, such as Dragon Naturally Speaking, to dictate the subtitles to a text document, and then use subtitling.
About Scriptix Speech Recognition Automatic Speech Recognition, or Speech to Text, turns audio into text automatically. The service can be used for automated (live) subtitles, transcription of recordings, voice bots and indexing of large archives of audio content to make them better searchable/5(3).
Accurate Real-Time Speech-to-Text. Like our automated speech recognition services, the real-time captioning and transcription is powered by the same speech recognition engine that outperforms Google, Amazon, and Microsoft in our automatic speech recognition accuracy benchmarking tests.Author: Pablo Romero Fresco Year: Titulo: Respeaking: subtitling through speech recognition Category: Book chapter Title magazine/book: The Routledge Handbook of Audiovisual Translation Studies.
Luis Pérez-González (ed.) Beginning page: 96 Ending page: City: London / New York Country: England / U.S. Editorial: Routledge URL: http.