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[incne-internet] Utilitario para a legendagem de Videoclips

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  • Francisco Godinho
    O NCAM (responsável pela criação do símbolo de acessibilidade na web) está a anunciar o primeiro utilitário destinado à edição de legendas e
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 19, 2000
      O NCAM (responsável pela criação do símbolo de acessibilidade na web)
      está a anunciar o primeiro utilitário destinado à edição de legendas e
      descrição audio de videoclips em formatos QuickTime, SMIL e SAMI utilizados
      em
      aplicações multimédia para CD-ROMs e Web.

      O editor em causa é gratuito e chama-se Media Access Generator (MAGpie).
      Podem fazer o download (3.7 Mb) em
      http://www.wgbh.org/wgbh/pages/ncam/webaccess/magindex.html

      Até ao momento a introdução de texto e descrição audio nos formatos
      referidos era feita manualmente, tornado o processo bastante demorado.

      O objectivo deste produto é precisamente melhorar esta situação e
      promover a acessibilidade de aplicações multimédia.

      -----Original Message-----
      From: geoff freed <geoff_freed@...>
      Date: Sexta-feira, 17 de Março de 2000 20:45
      Subject: MAGpie 1.0 Release

      MAGpie 1.0 Release

      The CPB/WGBH National Center for Accessible Media (NCAM) is
      pleased to announce that the Media Access Generator (MAGpie)
      is now available. MAGpie simplifies the process of adding
      captions to multimedia in three formats: Apple's QuickTime,
      the World Wide Web Consortium's Synchronized Multimedia
      Integration Language (SMIL) and Microsoft's Synchronized
      Accessible Media Interchange format (SAMI). MAGpie can also
      integrate audio descriptions into SMIL presentations.

      For complete details on downloading MAGpie, visit NCAM's Web
      site: http://www.wgbh.org/ncam. There is no charge for the
      software.

      Screen-reader users should note that MAGpie has been designed
      to work with Window-Eyes and several versions of JAWS for
      Windows. See the NCAM Web site for full details.

      If you were part of the original MAGpie beta-test group, NCAM
      would like to thank you for your participation. If you no
      longer wish to receive announcements about MAGpie, please
      send a note to Geoff Freed at the address below.

      Funding for MAGpie comes from the Trace Research and
      Development Center at the University of Wisconsin, as part of
      its Information Technology Access Rehabilitation Engineering
      Research Center which itself is funded by the U.S. Department
      of Education's National Institute on Disability and
      Rehabilitation Research.

      Thank you for using MAGpie!
      Geoff Freed
      Project Manager, Web Access Project
      CPB/WGBH National Center for Accessible Media
      WGBH Educational Foundation
      geoff_freed@...
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