A font, or typeface, is a set of characters at a certain size, weight, and style. Font characteristics must be consistent throughout the media.
DO NOT BREAK:
When a sentence is broken into two or more lines of captions, it should be broken at a logical point where speech normally pauses.
Caption Placement(vertical and horizontal) refers to the location of captions on the screen
Language mechanics incorporate the proper use of spelling, capitalization, punctuation, grammar, and other factors deemed necessary for high-quality captioned media.
SPELLING AND CAPITALIZATION
PUNCTUATION AND GRAMMAR
Hyphens and Dashes:
Use Italics as follows:
SOUND EFFECTS AND MUSIC:
Sound effects are sounds other than music, narration or dialogue.
Intonation, Play on words, and No Audio
Foreign Language, Dialect, Slang, and Phonetics