QUOTE(JollyRoger @ Dec 20 2007, 12:33 AM)
What is the difference between Closed Captions and subtitles???
Even though the terms caption and subtitle have similar definitions, but technically captions commonly refer to on-screen text specifically designed for hearing impaired viewers, while subtitles are straight transcriptions or translations of the dialogue. Captions are usually positioned below the person who is speaking, and they include descriptions of sounds (such as gunshots or closing doors) and music. Closed captions are not visible until the viewer activates them.
For details read this:CC and Subtitles
Hence they have 2 different lines on an official DVD cover. so when you add technical specs for a DVD, you should be accurate to match the most of the specs for a pre-dvd release cover and 100% accurate for a DVD released cover like Running Time, CC and Subtitles, Audio Languages and Format (DTS etc), Aspect Ratio, Reason of Ratings and so on... I hope you got your answer. (IMG:style_emoticons/default/8834.gif