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Lyrics in "Surf's Up" reference artifacts of the patrician period, such as diamond necklaces, opera glasses, and horse-drawn carriages.[15] It quotes the titles of the short stories "The Diamond Necklace" by Guy de Maupassant and "The Pit and the Pendulum" by Edgar Allan Poe.[16] The lyrics also espouse themes related to childhood and God, similar to other songs written for Smile ("Wonderful" and "Child Is Father of the Man").[17] The title is a play on words referring to the group shedding their image. In surfing, "surf's up" means that the conditions of the waves are good, but when the phrase arrives in the song, it is used to conjure an image of a tidal wave.[18]

subtitle Surf's Up

Wilson held the first tracking session for "Surf's Up" at Western Studio 3, with usual engineer Chuck Britz, on November 4, 1966. It was logged with the subtitle "1st Movement".[29] Musicians present were upright bassist Jimmy Bond, drummer Frank Capp, guitarist Al Casey, pianist Al De Lory, bassist Carol Kaye, and percussionist Nick Pellico.[30] Wilson instructed Capp to play jewelry sounds from what was possibly a ring of car keys.[31] Between November 7 and 8, overdubs were recorded with Capp, Pellico, and a horn ensemble consisting of Arthur Brieglab, Roy Caton, David Duke, George Hyde, and Claude Sherry.[8] The November 7 session was dedicated to experimenting with horn effects, including an exercise in which Wilson instructed his musicians to laugh and have conversations through their instruments. The tape of this experiment was later given the label "George Fell into His French Horn".[30] Journalist Rob Chapman compared the piece to experiments heard on the 1965 album The Heliocentric Worlds of Sun Ra, Volume One (1965).[11]

subtitle(___,Name,Value) sets properties on the text object using one or more name-value pair arguments. Specify the properties after all other input arguments. For a list of properties, see Text Properties.

subtitle(target,___) specifies the target object for the subtitle. The target object can be any type of axes, a tiled chart layout, or an array of objects. Specify the target object before all other input arguments.

If you add a title or subtitle to an axes object, then the font size property for the axes also affects the font size for the title and subtitle. The title and subtitle font sizes are the axes font size multiplied by a scale factor. The FontSize property of the axes contains the axes font size. The TitleFontSizeMultiplier property of the axes contains the scale factor. By default, the axes font size is 10 points and the scale factor is 1.1, so the title and subtitle each have a font size of 11 points.

Over time, it has been proven that advertisement videos with subtitles have higher engagement rates compared to those without. With browsers often starting videos muted, captions are a great way to capture an audience's attention and get your message across.

Now, there are two ways to caption a video, you can use Closed Captions or Open Captions. Closed indicates that the captions are not visible until activated by the viewer. Open, "burned-in", "hard-coded", or "baked on" captions, on the other hand, are visible to all viewers at all times, and can't be disabled. The subtitles are made up of pixels in the actual video itself.

Manually burning subtitles into a video can be a huge headache, especially if you have a large archive of videos to caption. Luckily, the team at Transloadit has your back! We are proud to present to you our brand-new and shiny /video/subtitle Robot.

If you want to burn subtitles into a video, the first step would be to provide both the video and the subtitle file to our Robot. While there is a plethora of ways to do this, I will demonstrate the following two:

In the code block above, we have created subtitles that will run between the beginning of a video and the 22-second mark. Next, we will make the file available via a public URL, so our /http/import Robot can import it.

In the code block above, we have used the /http/import Robot to import two different files, then declared a subtitled Step, where we specified which of the imported files is the video and which is the subtitle file, i.e., the /video/subtitle Robot's use parameter. Next, we export the results to our S3 bucket. The s3_cred refers to the Template Credentials that I have securely stored before, and contains both the bucket name and the access keys.

Alternatively, we could be using the /upload/handle Robot to get either the video or subtitle file to Transloadit. We do not define multiple upload points as the /upload/handle Robot can handle multiple uploads in one instance. The files form different fields in a multipart upload. Because of this, in our subtitled Step, we need to define which fields contain our video and our subtitle file.

As I hope to have shown in this introduction, burning subtitles into video files doesn't have to be hard or time-consuming at all, when using our /video/subtitle Robot. With Transloadit, you never have to worry about dealing with FFmpeg, scaling a fleet of machines, or tying it into other media processing jobs. We've been perfecting that part for the past nine years, so you can focus on your business.

Movie and TV Series are a great way of relaxation and has become a part of leisure time for the majority. Are you a big movie or TV Series buff? If yes, you must also watch videos in other languages that you have no idea of. Or in English maybe, where many a time, the dialogues said by the characters could be a little hard to follow or catch up. For that, you must be searching very hard on the internet for that proper and perfect subtitles file. 041b061a72


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