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3. The TiVo Shell > 42. Capturing Closed Captioning

Capturing Closed Captioning

TiVo has access to Closed Captioning for the programs it records. Pipe Closed Captioning to your screen even if your TV doesn’t have CC support, or capture a transcript of the show you’re watching for your reference.

Television comes over the air or through the cable at 30 frames a second. The time between frames is called the Vertical Blanking Interval and is often stuffed by broadcasters with a whole mess of data. That’s how that nifty VCR of yours can set its clock without your ever having to fiddle with the confusing interface for doing so manually. It’s how the TiVomatic works—you know, the ability to record a television show from its commercial by pressing the


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