Meet The Fockers Easter Egg - Subtitles

1) Go in to the language menu and click on "subtitles"
2) Watch movie reading subtitles carefully... let’s just say they don’t say what the actors do.

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Contributed By: The Goddess of love and lust on 08-27-2005
Reviewed By: Axel, Loginer
Special Requirements: DVD player, anger management DVD, subtitle option
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pasta writes:
??? is it like a minnor swith like they say hello in subtitles when the people say hi or the subtitles say this movie rules when the people say hi???
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kerbear writes:
Can you provide examples? I am partially deaf, so I rely on the captions to clarify the spoken word & supplement my DVD-viewing experience. I did not notice anything out of the ordinary when I watched Meet the Fockers. It is not uncommon for the captions to be slightly different than what the actors are actually saying on most DVDs & television programs.
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shatdatty writes:
That's because there are two kinds of closed captioning. One for live television, like news casts, and the other for scripted works. The captions go strictly off the script, and the stenographer (like a court reporter) doesn't watch the movie at the same time...they just copy the script. If the actors adlib at all, you won't see that in the captioning. That's how you can tell if they go off the script. In live captions, the stenographer types the words phonetically on a special keyboard that translates that into English. Sometimes the translation is off, which is why you see a lot of "typos" in live captions.
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