By Jorge Díaz Cintas, G. Anderman
An creation by leading specialists within the field to the attention-grabbing topic of translating audiovisual programmes for the tv, the cinema, the net and the degree and the issues the variations among cultures could cause.
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Concepts, Practices and d Research (pp. 259–273). Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Yvane, J. (1995) ‘Babel: un soutien actif aux transferts linguistiques’. Translatio, Nouvelles de la FIT-FIT Newsletterr XIV (3–4): 451–60. Part I Subtitling and Surtitling 2 Subtitling for the DVD Industry Panayota Georgakopoulou We all know what subtitles are. Luyken et al. (1991: 31) define them as: ... condensed written translations off original dialogue which appear as lines of text, usually positioned towards the foot of the screen.
English words such as ‘yes’, ‘no’ and ‘OK’ are known virtually throughout the world. This has partly to do with the global position of the English language today y and its prominence in the media industry. The degree to which certain words or expressions can be easily recognised by target viewers also has to do with how closely the two languages involved are related, usually English and the particular target language into which a programme is subtitled. Elements such as repetitions, padding expressions or even ungrammatical constructions may at times be optionally condensed rather than omitted, as they y may contribute to the textualit y of the programme and the character development off the actors.
Yeah. I had to leave. I didn’t want to disturb you. ⌭␣␣Ј . - ‘⌭ ␣ Ј ␥. ⌬ Ј ␣ ␣ ' Ј. In the Greek version, even though there are no time or space constraints, the greeting between the two characters and the almost inaudible ‘yeah ... yeah’ are omitted in the subtitles. ). Moreover, it was pointed out that, despite the absence of time or space constraints, such utterances are often omitted in order for the viewers to have time to enjoy the image. ). ). ). ). A combination off all or some of the above elements.
Audiovisual Translation: Language Transfer on Screen by Jorge Díaz Cintas, G. Anderman