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Old 07-13-2007, 12:36 PM   #1
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Hi: I want to know why HDMI cable and Component dont send the Closed Caption signal, but RCA and S-Video yes,I need the CC because i dont speak english very well and its great for understand many word. Thank for you help. Guillermo
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Hi: I want to know why HDMI cable and Component dont send the Closed Caption signal, but RCA and S-Video yes,I need the CC because i dont speak english very well and its great for understand many word. Thank for you help. Guillermo
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http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/How_to_...Closed_Caption

If 4:3 Override is set to 480i, then closed captioning will NOT be output by the DVR on SD programming. You will need to use your display's closed captioning capabilities.

Closed captioning on HD programming is converted to standard closed captioning that can be displayed by your display's own decoder when the output is set to 480i, or you are using the RF, composite, or S-Video outputs.

The only time the DVR displays closed captioning on its own is when the video format output is NOT 480i and CLOSED CAPTION is set to ENABLED.

Closed captioning is NOT passed through the digital video (DVI/HDMI) connections. If you want to use the digital video connection, you must use the DVR's captioning options.

Some have reported that the DVR's closed captioning tends to be slow and has many other problems.

When CLOSED CAPTION is set to ENABLED, the options below it are enabled and can be changed. Most of the options are self explanatory.

For ANALOG, CC1 is the standard closed captioning channel. CC2 is often used for spanish captioning.
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