In recognition of the 200th birthday of Charles Darwin, the Kairos Journal recently reminded its readers of the subtitle to the evolutionist's magnum opus, The Origin of the Species. What is the book's subtitle? The Preservation of Favored Races in the Struggle for Life.
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Some four out of five 18-25-year-olds use subtitles when watching TV shows, even though only one in ten of these say they are deaf or hard of hearing. Subtitles-on has become the standard way to watch (with some arguing it should be the standard way to broadcast) as we battle to make sense of more complicated shows in a louder world.
TV is no longer something to watch from the sofa in reverent silence or dutifully helping your gran follow the street lingo. We watch it on buses, in busy kitchens, while texting on another device and studying on a third. We use subtitles to follow the plot, learn a language (anyone fancy Welsh?) or just to hold our attention.
WordFinderX collated subtitles from the most recently aired seasons of the most popular TV shows from OpenSubtitles, Subdl and TVSubtitles.net. We calculated the number of subtitled words per minute of each episode and then the average across all studied episodes of each show to give an overall words-per-minute count for each title. The National Disability Authority recommends English language subtitles be kept to a maximum of 140 words per minute (wpm). We have highlighted numerous TV shows in the following rankings that exceed this limit entirely.
Subtitles for at least one most recently aired season of each of the most popular TV shows were collected from OpenSubtitles, Subdl and TVSubtitles.net. Subtitles were then parsed using the 'srt' package in R to calculate the number of subtitled words per minute of the episode of each TV show. Average words per minute were then calculated for each show based on words-per-minute values for each of the show's episodes.
You can use the Kripto Video Protector & Media Player to watch music videos with subtitles, listen audio music files with Synchronized Lyrics (.LRC) or with Subtitle (.SRT) file. You can also get subtitles for your movies or TV series automatically with the application. 041b061a72