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While they are both achieved through the same basic process, there are key differences between CART and captioning. Captioning displays spoken word through an encoder and onto a TV or projection screen for a live or recorded event. Captioning can be used by the deaf, hearing impaired, or even the general public when they are in noisy settings, such as restaurants or bars or concerts. CART captures the spoken word and displays it for immediate view on any available device, like a laptop, TV or tablet. CART provides the exact verbatim translation of every word spoken and also includes the background sounds.
Computer access real-time translation, or CART, is real-time translation of an event (like a speech), primarily used for a hearing-impaired audience. The translator transcribes the event in real time. The transcription is immediately displayed on a computer screen or other device for the audience to read. It is the same technology used in court reporting or stenography, with the results being distributed immediately to the audience.
The speed of a stenographer is of course a variable, but an average stenographer can accurately produce 225 words per minute, while more skilled stenographers can average 300 or more.
In some states, becoming a professional stenographer requires certification. There are also variations on the laws that require state certification. Be sure to know the laws in your state. There are also many accredited schools that teach and guide students into this career path.
The requirements for licensure to become a stenographer vary from state to state. In California, to be a court reporter, you must pass an eligibility exam administered by the Court Reporters Board of California. To qualify for the exam you must meet the following requirements; be over 18, have a minimum of high school education (or equivalent), and have not committed any criminal acts constituting grounds for denial. There are also several forms demonstrating work experience and certification that needs to be submitted.

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