Review: MovieCaptioner for Mac creates all type of subtitles and closed captions

MovieCaptioner for Mac can create timed captions for use in virtually any output situation.

Article by Allan Tépper

The sub-US$100 MovieCaptioner for Mac can create timed subtitles and captions and then export them for virtually any output situation. That includes 28 export formats I’ll list ahead, including the ones you need for broadcast closed captions, online services like Amazon Direct Video, YouTube and Vimeo, for DVD/Blu-Ray and more. The captions you make can be for the same language or a different language than the original program. I am not a captioning expert, but I was easily able to caption one of my recent videos with it, and am sharing this review so you can become familiar with it. Read the full article free in ProVideo Coalition magazine…

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