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The two-character ISO 3166 country code for COCOS (KEELING) ISLANDS.

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1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Territory of the Cocos Islands, also known as the Keeling Islands. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Cocossian bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for the Cocos Islands. This is used as an international standard for shipping to the Cocos Islands.
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Claiming that the IMSC1 represents a "significant milestone" in an effort to establish a single global standard for subtitles and closed captions, David Ronca, director of encoding technologies at Netflix, says that the IMSC1 would allow the company to achieve its goal in providing the "highest quality caption and subtitles at a global scale" while preserving the creative intent of the assets.
The team plans to expand its transcript library and is committed to transcribing any new courses that come out based on subscriber priority and demand as well as updating select older courses with closed captions and transcripts.
Faster Real-time Closed Captions Captions are displayed moments after the corresponding words are spoken, just like they are with steno based captioning systems.
RAMP's online video player, MetaPlayer, delivers an online video viewing experience complete with time-stamped closed captions integrated into the video experience for millions of video assets currently published using RAMP.
Tape to Web: CPC software can convert broadcast closed captions on a video tape into any other captioning file for the web, including Flash, iTunes, QuickTime, YouTube, and Windows Media.
This software-only metadata workflow will save Avid users time and money by eliminating the need for a dedicated external hardware closed caption encoder which can cost $8,000 or more, simplifying workflows for handling video with closed captioning data.
CPC's CaptionMaker (Windows) and MacCaption (Mac) software are full-featured caption authoring suites that create closed captions from scratch using a transcript and reference video.
Up until now, the only way to add CEA-708 closed captions to HD video was to use expensive HD real-time hardware encoders, each costing about $10,000.
Recent trials from leading online publishers reveal a 40% increase in video viewing when overlaying closed captions and subtitles.
Final Cut Pro 7 by itself does not have any caption preparation or encoding capabilities, that is, the ability to create closed captions from scratch or raw script.
Existing closed captions are preserved during capture and print to tape operations, and the captions can be edited or re-purposed for multiple tape formats, optical disk delivery, and the web.