Have you ever been curious about the end product that you're helping to build?
As you know, CrowdSurf is in the business of making online media accessible to deaf, hard of hearing and second language viewers by adding transcripts to videos. Every step in the CrowdSurf process, from transcription micro-tasks to Special Handling Critical tasks, is crucial to making a perfect full length transcript.
Below you can find an example of what we're looking for. If you would like to try a training task visit the Full Text Review Challenge HERE.
If you want to get straight to the answers, watch the video below and follow along with the transcripts to learn how to apply the guidelines while transcribing.
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So OpenShift was designed from the get go to allow us to support secure application development and deployment. CIO's look to a platform like OpenShift to fundamentally say how can I run existing applications that I have at lower cost?
>> So, you know using those tools that are built into OpenShift Enterprise, right, has allowed us to scale rapidly. Bring our solutions just to market a lot faster, do all the things that a PaaS actually brings to the market.
>> So, Red Hat's always been a true collaborator, especially in the open source world. We've believed that we need to partner, increasingly not just with other companies, but also with the users of other technologies. Right, so there's almost an ocean/g for co-development that you have.
>> We're really excited about OpenShift 3, we've been really anxious to get our hands on it, and we've just started playing with it recently.
>> We looked at every other PaaS offering that was available at the time, and we evaluated every offer when we selected OpenShift Enterprise as our partner.
>> When we first started OpenShift, we actually ran it in containers. I'd want to take advantage of efficiency that containers provided to our environment that it provided on public cloud.
>> We've got to introduce the concept of continuously OpenShift to rural and with Trio, you have [UNKNOWN] Docker and addressable containers. Really, it provides us with manageability and security in a whole new, different way that time capability is really shrink down much faster for us.
>> The ability for us to put more of our workload into those containers really helps us be more efficient, helps us be faster, more nimble. Makes it easier for us to test. In the end, everything just gets better and easier the more we can put into these containers. OpenShift 3 is gonna help us manage that all.
>> We designed OpenShift to help address these challenges that CIOs have. CIOs can take advantage of new language and frameworks. CIOs can run the OpenShift platform in a traditional data center, in infrastructure service environments like OpenStack.
In their existing VMware environment, this will choose as well as enhanced virtualization environment as well as other third party clouds, like whether it's Amazon, or Google. So, we give them a lot of flexibility.
>> So, by building on top of OpenShift, that got us a lot of bang for the buck in terms of containers and modularization and things we wanted to manage our platform. And the thing people sort of don't realize about the world and the way it's changed the past couple years is that pretty much everything's run by software nowadays. We wanted someone to come in and help us, a trusted partner if you will, to come in and give us some, give us a leg up in the market.
>> In some ways, I think our choice of OpenShift Enterprise was based more on the relationship that we established with the Red Hat folks. So, the relationship we have with those guys that support OpenShift as a product today is more than I could've ever asked for. [BLANK_AUDIO]
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- Correct spelling and consistency of names is key: OpenShift, Red Hat.
- Correct unknown and inaudible tags: Use the video for context clues as best you can.
- Pay close attention to speaker change flags and sentence breakpoints. This transcript had several incorrect speaker changes.
- Check all spelling and punctuation. Typos are the worst in video captions!
- Remember to flag for incorrect timing in real FTR tasks! Whenever there is a mismatch at the beginning of a sentence between the timing of the sentence in the audio, and the timing of when the sentence pops up in the yellow box, please click the clock icon so that it is activated red to be retimed in Timing Review.
You'll need to train your eye for these larger picture edits, like timing errors, spelling and formatting consistency, speaker changes, and consistency of tagging for sounds.
Full Text Review is where you make the transcripts perfect so that the end viewer (likely a deaf or hard of hearing person) has a great experience with the final video captions.