Even though the terms "caption" and "subtitle" have similar definitions, "captions" commonly refer to on-screen text specifically designed for the d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing viewers, while "subtitles" are straight transcriptions or translations of the dialogue.
Captions are for accessibility and subtitles are for clarification. Subtitles are consdiered an "open" form of caption that is displayed on screen, regardless of user preference. This occurs when a different language is written or spoken onscreen.
At VZP Digital we service all languages, and utilize a team of fully conversational speakers to pick up on the nuances and meaning of the dialogue. You want your audience fully engaged with your content. You don't want them to merely view it, you want them to experience it.
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