The Expression Encoder generated template  has the capability to display captions using a different language. For this scenerio we used the Experssion Encoder 4 Pro SP1 to create the content to display Japanese characters as the displayed  captions.

1. Configure the screen capture utility

 2. Configure the Screen , Microphone and Camera settings appropriately.  Then capture your content.

3. Once you have your content created,  send it to the Expression Encoder.

 4. Once the Encoder is open position any overlays as you would like,  also perform any edits like cropping or cuts at this stage.

5.  Add the appropriate language .dfxp caption file

  • Select the "Text" tab
  • Click the  "+" (plus) next to the file you want to add the .dfxp file.
  • Browse to the directory that contains the .dfxp file.
  • Select the preconfigured .dfxp file
  • Click Open

 Note: The contents of a .dfxp will look similar to the following files contents, you will want to change the parameter for the xml:lang and also add appropriate content using the characaters of the language you wish to use as captions.  The file is saved with the .dfxp extension and as a UTF-8 format. Also note that you can create .dfxp formated files if you build the "CaptionConverter" application in the Encoder SDK sampless\CaptionConverter

<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>
               <tt xmlns='http://www.w3.org/ns/ttml' xmlns:tt='http://www.w3.org/ns/ttml' xmlns:ttm='http://www.w3.org/ns/ttml#metadata' xmlns:tts='http://www.w3.org/ns/ttml#styling' xmlns:ttp='http://www.w3.org/ns/ttml#parameter' xml:lang='jpn'>
               <head>
                <metadata>
                 <ttm:title></ttm:title>
                 <ttm:desc></ttm:desc>
                 <ttm:copyright></ttm:copyright>
                </metadata>
                <styling>
                 <style xml:id='backgroundStyle'
                  tts:fontFamily='proportionalSansSerif'
                  tts:fontSize='1.5c'
                  tts:textAlign='center'
                  tts:origin='0% 90%'
                  tts:extent='100% 8%'
                  tts:backgroundColor='rgba(0,0,0,0)'
                  tts:displayAlign='center'/>
                  <style xml:id='speakerStyle'
                  style='backgroundStyle'
                  tts:color='white'
                  tts:textOutline='0px 1px'
                  tts:backgroundColor='transparent'/>
                </styling>
                <layout>
                 <region xml:id='speaker' style='speakerStyle' tts:zIndex='1'/>
                 <region xml:id='background' style='backgroundStyle' tts:zIndex='0'/>
                </layout>
                </head>
                 <body>
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               </body>
             </tt>

6. Select  the appropriate language from the dropdown.

 

 7. Select the Output tab, create a folder to store the encoded files

 

8. Select the Templates tab

  • Choose an  appropriate template
  • Verify that "Show captions during playback" check box is checked

 
9. Select the Media Content tab to expose the Encode button

10. Note the encoding will proceed.

 

11. After the encode is complete a sample player will display, toggle the captions button to see the captions.

 Click the Icon below to download Sample files: