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HTML HTML Video and Audio (Retired) Captioning Video Create a Caption File

Final Time Code Question

Shouldn't the final timecode for the [water flow continues] start at 00:00:24.351 since the previous caption for [water flowing] ended at 00:00:24.350 ??

1 Answer

Colin Marshall
Colin Marshall
32,861 Points

If you want a caption to show immediately after another caption (which I'm assuming is what Nick wanted to happen), you need to have the end time of the first caption, match the start time of the second caption.

If the first caption ended at 00:00:24.350, and the second caption started at 00:00:24.351, there would be .001 seconds where no caption was on the video. You would not be able to notice it for that short of a duration though.