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Subtitles, are predominantly used as a way of translating a medium into another language, allowing those that speak another language to consume the content. For instance, English audiences would be unable to follow the plot of a French or Spanish movie, unless subtitles were used. Subtitles are best-suited for pre-recorded videos, such as movies and TV shows.

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That's our question this week: What's the first setting you change (usually) when you're playing a new game for the first time? Do you turn off Vsync (or turn it on?) Tweak the volume sliders or toggle subtitles? Crank the visuals up to Ultra or turn off motion blur?

And if it sucks, I turn them off. I typically like subtitles and have them on for everything except horror movies (when you see 'MONSTER GROWLING' before hearing it, the suspense goes phbttth), but games constantly mess them up. Gimme some nice white utilitarian fonts, signage I can read as easily as I can ignore it. A surprising amount of games go for something colorful or edgy, a spin-off font that evokes the overall vibe of the game. I don't need style in my subtitles. I've never seen a subtitle and said to myself oh shit that's hella cool. Don't make me turn them off, devs. Let's keep 'em simple.

First I turn Vsync on because I find screen-tearing really distracting. Then I turn subtitles on, because I hate missing a bit of dialogue because it was delivered when the music ramped up or I was in the middle of shooting the Loud Huge Gun or whatever.

I wish I could be more like James and have the ability to let simply designed subtitles just do their thing at the bottom of the screen, but I can't. Regardless of font size or style, if they're there, my eyes are invariably drawn to them; I read the actions and cutscenes unfolding in front of me, rather than taking it all in. I end up missing subtle details in the background and physical animations enlivening the foreground. Naturally I understand why they're necessary and often activated by default, but I don't need them, so off they go.

OsaX Nymloth: Graphic > make sure resolution is correct. Turn off motion blur. Check what options are even there. Complain to invisible dev next to me when there's only three presets and no advanced optionsAudio > tune down everything to around 60% or even less. Enable subtitles if available.Difficulty >MAX THAT OUT I WANT BLOOD

Pifanjr: It obviously depends on the game, but when applicable, I turn on subtitles, make sure the game is running fullscreen and check the key bindings to see if crouching should be moved to the left ctrl instead of C.

New piano and theatre organ scores composed and performed by silent film musician Andrew Earle Simpson. Bonus features: video essay on Borzage at Cosmopolitan, and a subtitle commentary track with background and shooting location into.

Like the video, the uncompressed PCM 6.1 track on the Blu-ray made for an outstanding, reference-quality listen in home theaters. On Ultra HD, however, the movie doesn't really crank it up a notch or feel like much of a significant upgrade. That's not to suggest, the Dolby Atmos soundtrack is lacking, as it is still excellent and generally satisfying. The surrounds are employed often with various atmospherics smoothly panning between the sides and rears, nicely complementing and expanding the cartoonish action visuals. At the same time, vocals are precise and always intelligible even during the loudest, nuttiest moments while the low-end remains comparatively similar to its lossless counterpart, providing weight and oomph to the action along with a palpable bass to the music.

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hey answerman, how come individual volumes of anime have subtitles, like Evangelion vol. 1: Angel Attack? Why don't they just call them "volume one" or whatever? American TV shows don't do that, why does anime have to? I gotta admit, I really don't like those subtitles they put on anime volumes. It's gotten much better, but back in the bad ol' days they would use really lame, uninspired titles for the volumes; it was always "Second Encounters!" or "Third Strike!" (the third volume of every single show on the market was subtitled "third strike" there for a while, I swear). They always sounded awkward and goofy.But, to answer your question, I called up a friend of mine who works at a big anime company and he broke it down for me. Basically, anime is one of the only products released in a serial fashion; American TV shows are released in season sets, but anime is divided up into chunks, with the season being trickled out over time. In order to avoid the retail "stigma" of volume numbers (a practice that is slowly going away; at least now most major anime companies put the volume number on the spine of the DVD), they would use these subtitles to make each disc seem like a standalone item. So basically, volume 2's and 3's seem like legit standalone products rather than random numbered volumes orphaned from volume one.It's all just marketing stuff.While we'd all be happy if one day anime was released in the same format as American TV shows (and in the same affordable price range), I think for now we should just be happy that they're at least putting volume numbers on the DVD spines.

Alright lately I have been noticing that alot of (For lack of better word) "mainstreme" Anime have been ending in complete fillers. For instance, Naruto=fillers to end, Rurouni Kenshin=fillers to end, Bleach=Possibly fillers to end. Altough I have my supiscions why I would want to here an explination from someone like you're self. How come some "Mainstreme" Anime have been ending with fillers?It's pretty simple, really; in order to effectively strike while the iron's hot, an anime needs to go into production when the manga it's based on is hot enough, and there's enough manga storyline to provide at least a season or two. What that means is that the manga isn't finished yet, and as the author writes the story, the anime series slowly catches up - and then has to suddenly come up with a bunch of (usually crappy) original stories to stall for time until there's another few seasons worth of manga storyline to animate. The fillers are usually a tricky thing to deal with. If they're bad enough, some fans will abandon the series completely, convinced it'll never return to the proper storyline. Some fans stick around, crossing their fingers and hoping the show they loved will return with non-retarded episodes. Naruto fans are pretty lucky; the show could've simply stopped, having gone so far downhill that the anime has lost most of its popularity with the fanbase. Instead of ending with fillers (like you said, which isn't true), they're relaunching the series with a new subtitle and picking up right where the original show diverted from the manga. Fans of other long-running shonen series should be so lucky (Rurouni Kenshin, I'm looking at you here).The problem with fans abandoning the show during filler arcs is that the ratings start to stall, and they can't support the show any longer, so production shuts down before they can get back to the manga storyline. It's a shame, really, but in my opinion, they should simply take season breaks like American shows, for god's sake. I've never understood why it is that shows like Naruto and Bleach have to have brand-new episodes every week; give the people behind the scenes a few months off, let the manga storyline expand and then come back to it when you're ready to crank out another 26 episodes. That way we could all avoid having to sit through some lame undercooked plot that doesn't advance the story or include any real character development.But that isn't how things are; fillers are simply a reality of the genre, and they won't be going away anytime soon. 041b061a72


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