Template:Caprica HDTV broadcast screencap

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This is to tag Caprica episode images that come from high-definition television broadcast screencaps. All the fields are lowercase. The example output shows it with the full options.


{{Caprica HDTV broadcast screencap
 | episode= 
 | cepisode=
 | season= 
 | timestamp= 
 | scaled=
 | cropped=
 | de=
 | es=
 | fr=
 | zh= 

Output Example

HDTV Broadcast HDTV broadcast screen capture

The re-imagined Battlestar Galactica (de) (en) (fr) spin-off, Caprica, Season 1 episode "Caprica pilot".
This capture is copyright by Universal Studios. Use of it here is believed to be fair use.
The timestamp for this image is unknown. Please supply the time index for this capture.
HDTV are are in anamorphic widescreen, with a native resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels (1080i) or 1280 by 720 pixels (720p).
This image has been unaltered from its original dimensions.
Date Information on "Caprica pilot"

Required parameters

  • season: The season number. Presently 1, 2, 3, or 4.
  • episode: The episode name.

Optional parameters

  • cepisode: The episode display name to display a unformatted name.
  • aspect: Please make sure the image's aspect ratio is correct, and mark this field with "yes" if it is.
  • scaled: If the image has been scaled down from its original dimensions, please mark this field with "yes". Otherwise, leave it blank.
  • cropped: If the image has been cropped from its original dimensions, please mark this field with "yes". Otherwise, leave it blank.

Language parameters

  • If anyone is set with a value to it's article, a language bar will form to show all the language links.
    • de: German episode article name.
    • es: Spanish episode article name.
    • fr: French episode article name.
    • tr: French episode article name.
    • zh: Chinese episode article name.
      • Add the var cLANGCODE in the front if the article name has disambiguation title. (i.e. The Hand of God (RDM) vs. The Hand of God (TOS))
| de= The Hand of God (RDM)
| cde= The Hand of God