Definitions for "Titles"
Term used for names of individuals involved in a film and their respective functions when they appear at the beginning of a program, as opposed to "credits" (the term used when they appear at the end).
Any words that appear on the screen to convey information to the audience, including credit titles (identifying personnel), main title (the name of the film), end titles (closing credits), insert titles (announcing scenes or identifying settings) and subtitles (translation of foreign-language dialogue). Insert titles and subtitles can also be referred to as captions.
Captions that summarize the purpose of a measure.
a bit of a pity as there are some pretty memorable characters and missions in the previous renditions
These are the titles held by characters in Melanie Rawn's fantasy novels of the Dragon Prince and Dragon Star trilogies.
A publication which forms a separate bibliographic whole, whether issued in one or several volumes, reels, discs, slides or parts. It applies equally to printed materials such as books and periodicals a well as to audiovisual materials and microforms.
Video programs can be split up into titles, and then further into chapters. A good example of titles is when a DVD contains a movie (one title), the trailer for the movie (a second title), and biographies of the actors (a third title), all on the same disc.
Keywords:  untitled, mhc, bookmark, brief, search
A Web page title should be a brief description of the information contained on the Web page. If there is no title is assigned, when a user adds that page to their browser bookmark list, the bookmark will reflect "Untitled document". The MHC Search tool uses the page title to search, and for results lists. The title feature also helps bring visitors to your site, as many search engines search for key words in titles.
See formal title and search title.
The titles or headings of the sections and subsections herein are intended for convenience of reference and shall not be considered as having any bearing on their interpretation.
Conference titles should appear in quotation marks, book titles should appear in italic, and book series titles should be set in roman type without quotation marks. Persons' titles should be capped in attributions and listings such as conference programs and ads; they should be down in text.
In the language of multimedia, when an author sells what he or she has created, it is called a title. The encyclopedias, dictionaries, musical works, and games available on CD are all "titles." Someone authors the material, and sells it to users who can play it back but not change the content.
Keywords:  graphic, camera, materials, names, form
Graphic materials shown on camera.
Graphics usually in the form of names.
The term titles or title records refers to entries in the permanent database which provide all of the basic information about volumes which are typically bound more than once.
Keywords:  verifies, legal, new, right, document
a document that verifies your legal right to your new home