Journal of a Work at Home Dad in Singapore

Kids at home in SG, while Dad and Mom eat ham for lunch in Prague.

Hi! I’m Adrian Lee, a work at home dad in Singapore.

Welcome to my blog, where I journal about computers, cameras, cars, commerce, cooking, chores, casual stuff and of course about my children. Read more about me here.

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Adrian Lee
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PS: Watch our recent holiday in Eastern Europe.


Random notes:

23nov2016

Which digital piano to buy for home use?

How to make WordPress Jetpack subscription popup?

what is the role of a continuity person in film production

  • A script supervisor (also called continuity supervisor) is a member of a film crew and oversees the continuity of the motion picture including wardrobe, props, set dressing, hair, makeup and the actions of the actors during a scene. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Script_supervisor
  • They’re two different titles for the same job. Generally, in the US the role is known as a Script Supervisor – “Scripty” for short – whilst in the UK it is known as Continuity. http://www.thatcontinuityguy.com/continuity101/

Review, edit or unpublish automatic captions in YouTube videos

Closed Captioning

  • how to write closed caption for sound effects
  • Captioned is necessary for the understanding and/or enjoyment of the media and when they are essential to the plot
  • Use [square brackets]
  • Use [lower case]
  • Sound effects: Include source of sound (can omit if source is visible onscreen.
  • Described sound effects on 1st line and onomatopoeias on 2nd line
  • [engine idling]
    rrrrr
  • Whats onomatopoeia? The formation of a word from a sound associated with what is named (e.g. cuckoo, sizzle ).
  • Off-screen sound effects should be italicized, if italics are available (not available for SRT).
  • not necessary to repeat the source of the sound if it is making the same sound a few captions later.
  • Example:  First Caption [pig squealing], Second Caption [squealing continues]
  • Use punctuation to indicate speed or pace of sound.
  • Slow
    [clock chiming]
    dong…dong…dong

    Rapid
    [gun firing]
    bang, bang, bang

  • Sustained Sound
    [dog barking]
    woof, woof…woofAbrupt Sound
    [dog barks]
    woof!
  • Use specific terms:
  • Vague/General

    [bird singing]

    Specific

    [robin singing]

  • Never use past tense
  • More examples:
  • [audience cheering]
  • [explosions]
  • http://www.captioningkey.org/sound_effects.html

“Fiverr Anywhere”? What’s that?

25 November 2016 is Black Friday

28 November 2016 is Cyber Monday

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New features in WordPress Jetpack 4.4

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