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Filmmakers...

have long reached out to bigger audiences by using subtitle translations. This same technique applies today. Cinetyp supports the subtitling needs of cinema, broadcast television, home video, and digital media.

We support a variety of cutting-edge subtitling technologies with our in-house facilities. Odds are, we have exactly what you need to get your job done.

Video and DVD Subtitles

Cinetyp has brought its many years of expertise in film subtitling to video and DVD. Subtitles and timing information are created on computer and transferred to a sub-master, which can be used to mass-produce VHS or DVD copies, or to broadcast on television. We can accept virtually any modern tape format, in NTSC or PAL, including VHS, Super-VHS, 3/4" U-Matic, 3/4" U-Matic SP, Beta SP, or MiniDV.

Many video/DVD productions also include closed captioning for the deaf and hard of hearing, in addition to any foreign language subtitles. With our years of experience in preparing open captioned films, you can rely on Cinetyp for all your closed captioning video/DVD needs. You can read more about our video and DVD services at DVD & Video.

Digital Media
Digital media includes the Internet, CD-ROM, and many other forms of electronic media where the viewer has direct control of the digital video playback.

Cinetyp supports subtitling/captioning for all major media devices for the PC and Macintosh, including Microsoft Media Player and Apple Quicktime.
See Digital Cinema for more information.

Captions for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Captions are "subtitles" in the film's original language. Captions are a specialized form of subtitling, where additional information (such as speaker identification, screen placement, and sound effects) is used to enhance the theatre-going experience for members of the deaf and hard of hearing community.

Cinetyp pioneered open captions for the big screen for first-run films beginning in 1980, and has been in the forefront of film captioning ever since.
See Captions for more details.

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