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Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. The K of Subtitling: Tusind tak til de fem deltagende tekstere for jeres tid og velvilje. I also wish to extend my sincere gratitude to the professors who took care of me and met with me during my stays abroad: Your feedback on the content of my dissertation was invaluable.

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Sidst, men ikke mindst, den vigtigste tak af dem alle: Det her var ikke lykkedes uden dig. The origin and development of subtitling: Traditional types of subtitling New types of subtitling Subtitling and machine translation Research into the reception of subtitles: The training of subtitlers Status of the subtitling profession The fundamental principles of cognitive translatology External and internal translation processes and controlling influences Field and workplace studies Overview of translation process models From a linguistic to a context-oriented approach A translation competence approach A third generation TPR approach Observation of behaviour online Observation and field notes Talk-aloud protocol and think-aloud protocol A critical view on the models Empty subtitles and pre-spotted dummy titles The risk of freelance employment Continuation dashes and dialogue dashes Google, Wikipedia, and IMDb Translating and spotting — in which order?

Spotting on shot changes Exposure time and reading speed Experimenting with subtitle length and exposure time Splitting and merging subtitles Swear words and exclamations Loanwords and culture-specific elements Genre-specific tone and style Asterisks and question marks to mark tentative solutions Select definitions of subtitling from key literature Competences of the audiovisual translator Four generations of TPR studies Select translation process models from key literature Description of research participants Relationship between the research areas of the thesis Screen shots from Making a Murderer, season 1, episode Liquorice band sub-study 2, participant C Eight-digit timecode in the software left and the picture right sub-study 2, participant A Time bar instructions from the online manual of TitleVision Sub Machine Audiograph with vertical red lines indicating shot changes bottomand in-time window top left corner sub-study 2, participant E Spotting with the thumbnails method sub-study 2, participant C TitleVision Sub Machine interface sub-study 2, participant B Building blocks of the thesis Research design of the thesis Screen shot from Camtasia displaying manuscript in Microsoft Word sub-study 2, participant B How old are you?

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Which gender are you? Where do you live? Which education did you most recently complete? To which extent do you make use of your education in your job as a subtitler? Do you work with something besides subtitling? Do you regard your subtitling job as your primary job? Which language s are you subtitling from? How many years of experience do you have as a subtitler?

Which statement suits the software which you use to subtitle? Where do you most often work? When working at the facilities of the subtitling agency, where do you most often sit? The use of headphones, open-plan office, Dansk Video Tekst Do you have to pay for a work space at the facilities of the subtitling agency?

Which information do you get when you receive a subtitling task?

How often does the subtitling task contain a script in the source language? How often is the material provided with subtitles in the source language?

How often is the material provided with subtitles in a language other than dwnsk target language which need to be processed by means of translation and altering of the spotting? How often is the material provided with subtitles in a language other than the target language which need to be processed by means of translation without altering the spotting?

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For how many hours do you work with subtitling with everything that has to do with subtitling, including proofreading, quality check krydsdelt and reviewing the source text material with the subtitlesadministration, and the like during kryydsfelt average week?

How many minutes of material do you subtitle on an average krgdsfelt day? Subtitling is to be understood as translation and spotting, but not proofreading and quality check.

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At which time of day do you most often work? Which aids do you use in your subtitling process? When do you spot the subtitles? How does the subtitling agency coordinate the consistency of the language in series e. How do you as a subtitler ensure the quality of your subtitles? How does the subtitling agency ensure the quality of your subtitles?

Floor plan, participant A Floor plan, participant B Floor plan, participant C Floor plan, participant D Floor plan, participant E Flow chart of the subtitling workflows as described by the research participants Quality check at Subline TitleVision Sub Machine interfaces of research participants Empty subtitle zero sub-study 2, participant C Time code settings sub-study 2, participant A File format settings sub-study 2, participant C Line-break settings sub-study 2, participant C Empty subtitles sub-study 2, participant B Pre-spotted dummy titles sub-study 2, participant D Segmentation of subordinate clause sub-study 2, participant E Continuation dashes sub-study 2, participant E