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Post Posted: April 6th 2016 12:09 pm
 
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Bandersnatch wrote:
I never said you said your TV didn't have HDMI.


Then why did you mention that your stuff passes HDMI as if you assumed I didn't know how electronics work...?


Post Posted: April 7th 2016 5:27 am
 
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Bandersnatch wrote:
I never said you said your TV didn't have HDMI.

Freezus wrote:
Then why did you mention that your stuff passes HDMI as if you assumed I didn't know how electronics work...?


To illustrate that you don't need a TV with a USB port to run Wifi on your big TV.
I never said you said that you said that you said you didn't know how electronics work.


Post Posted: April 7th 2016 12:35 pm
 
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Bandersnatch wrote:
To illustrate that you don't need a TV with a USB port to run Wifi on your big TV.
I never said you said that you said that you said you didn't know how electronics work.


At this point, you're just pulling a Hillary (deflecting all the questions.) I will now leave you to your devices. Bad karma will come for you in due time, Bander.


Post Posted: April 8th 2016 5:20 am
 
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Freezus wrote:
At this point, you're just pulling a Hillary (deflecting all the questions.)


No, I'm just making fun of you.


Post Posted: April 8th 2016 9:53 am
 
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Bandersnatch wrote:

No, I'm just making fun of you.


Another Hillary tactic.

Like I said:

Freezus wrote:
Bad karma will come for you in due time, Bander.


Have fun.


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Post Posted: April 8th 2016 10:44 am
 
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Freezus wrote:
Bandersnatch wrote:

No, I'm just making fun of you.


Another Hillary tactic.

Like I said:

Freezus wrote:
Bad karma will come for you in due time, Bander.


Have fun.


In my experience, there's no such thing as karma.


Post Posted: April 8th 2016 12:05 pm
 
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Hey, I have an idea, why don't we play Mario Kart since that infinity symbol can be turned to make it look like an eight? :P :lol:


Post Posted: April 8th 2016 12:10 pm
 
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Bandersnatch wrote:
In my experience, there's no such thing as karma.


It's like the Force, you don't see it until when it's that time you least expect it to happen. :)


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Jabba Flow MP3


Post Posted: May 7th 2016 5:41 pm
 
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Ok, I didn't want to bump an angry thread but the Jabba Flow should have settled everyone down a bit.

However, I saw Civil War the other day in a captioned showing and what was shown in the subtitles was not always what the actual dialogue was. In fact it was often truncated to read faster so the text could keep up with the flow of the movie. Obviously as a Marvel film I sat through the credits waiting for stuff and noticed it was by a company called Deluxe.

I dunno what this really contributes to the prevailing disagreement, it's just my observation.


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Evil_Elvis wrote:
Ok, I didn't want to bump an angry thread but the Jabba Flow should have settled everyone down a bit.

However, I saw Civil War the other day in a captioned showing and what was shown in the subtitles was not always what the actual dialogue was. In fact it was often truncated to read faster so the text could keep up with the flow of the movie. Obviously as a Marvel film I sat through the credits waiting for stuff and noticed it was by a company called Deluxe.

I dunno what this really contributes to the prevailing disagreement, it's just my observation.


Deluxe is probably the biggest post-production company in the industry. They do it all. (They're a competitor of the company I work for!) They caption and QC rigorously, usually with a rep from the production/studio. The truncated captions are a necessity. I'm sure Freezus can confirm that. So while the raw captions are up to the discretion of the captioner, the final eyes and ears that OK a caption file are people in an official position.


Post Posted: May 12th 2016 10:35 pm
 
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Longtime_Sunshine wrote:
Evil_Elvis wrote:
Ok, I didn't want to bump an angry thread but the Jabba Flow should have settled everyone down a bit.

However, I saw Civil War the other day in a captioned showing and what was shown in the subtitles was not always what the actual dialogue was. In fact it was often truncated to read faster so the text could keep up with the flow of the movie. Obviously as a Marvel film I sat through the credits waiting for stuff and noticed it was by a company called Deluxe.

I dunno what this really contributes to the prevailing disagreement, it's just my observation.


Deluxe is probably the biggest post-production company in the industry. They do it all. (They're a competitor of the company I work for!) They caption and QC rigorously, usually with a rep from the production/studio. The truncated captions are a necessity. I'm sure Freezus can confirm that. So while the raw captions are up to the discretion of the captioner, the final eyes and ears that OK a caption file are people in an official position.


I can verify that the captioning doesn't always match what's on the screen. Both you and Elvis should also consider that when movies are digitally mastered for BD/DVD, the captioning also changes! I even pointed this out with TFA.

Elvis, how did you like the captioning?


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freezus, ever read the script while watching the captions to see what they change?


Post Posted: May 20th 2016 2:58 pm
 
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Hokusai wrote:
freezus, ever read the script while watching the captions to see what they change?



Sorry, I've been busy but no I haven't tried that, I should, though! Thanks for the suggestion.


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