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Media for All: Subtitling for the Deaf, Audio Description, and Sign Language
Acknowledgements Jorge DIAZ CINTAS, Pilar ORERO, Aline REMAEL: Media for all: a global challenge Section 1: Subtitling for the deaf and hard-of-hearing (SDH) Aline REMAEL: Sampling subtitling for theExpand
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Topics in audiovisual translation
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1. Introduction: Audiovisual translation: A new dynamic umbrella (by Orero, Pilar) 2. Professional perspectives 3. Film dubbing: its process and translation (by Martinez, Xenia) 4. Subtitling methods and team-translation . Expand
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Voice-over Translation: An Overview
Contents: Voice-over from Film Studies to Translation Studies - Voice-over for postproduction (I): Typology and working conditions - Voice-over for postproduction (II): The translation process -Expand
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Aggregate gaze visualization with real-time heatmaps
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A GPU implementation is given for real-time visualization of aggregate eye movements (gaze) via heatmaps. Expand
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Audio description with audio subtitling – an emergent modality of audiovisual localisation
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Abstract Audio description (AD) has established itself as a media access service for blind and partially sighted people across a range of countries, for different media and types of audiovisual performance (e.g. film, TV). Expand
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Voice-over in Audiovisual Translation
Nowadays audiovisual translation (AVT) is a thriving field within Translation Studies. This is, however, a recent development. Although research in the audiovisual field dates back to 1932 (FrancoExpand
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Algorithm for Discriminating Aggregate Gaze Points: Comparison with Salient Regions-Of-Interest
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A novel method for distinguishing classes of viewers from their aggregated eye movements is described. Expand
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Sampling audio description in Europe
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Introduction: Audiovisual translation: A new dynamic umbrella
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Three different receptions of the same film
  • P. Orero
  • Computer Science, Sociology
  • 24 July 2008
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This article is the result of an empirical study investigating one of the many thorny issues in audio description: the reception of a film narrative by a given culture, along with contrastive analyses with two other different cultures (US and Greek). Expand
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