Web-based platform for a customizable and synchronized presentation of subtitles in single- and multi-screen scenarios

@article{Montagud2020WebbasedPF,
  title={Web-based platform for a customizable and synchronized presentation of subtitles in single- and multi-screen scenarios},
  author={Mario Montagud and Fernando Boronat and Javier Pastor and Dani Marfil},
  journal={Multimedia Tools and Applications},
  year={2020},
  pages={1-35}
}
This paper presents a web-based platform for a customized and synchronized presentation of subtitles in both single- and multi-screen scenarios. The platform enables a dynamic user-level customization of subtitles in terms of format (font family, size, color, transparency...) and position, according to the users’ preferences and/or needs. It also allows adjusting the number of subtitle lines to be presented, being able to skip to the corresponding playout position of the beginning of a specific… Expand
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