See how easy it is to caption your videos. Just load your movie, set your text/background properties, then click the Start button. MovieCaptioner will start playing the first 4 seconds of your video in a loop. Just type what you hear in that loop and then hit your Return/Enter key to record that caption and it's starting timecode. MovieCaptioner will then automatically move on to the next 4 seconds of your movie. Just keep typing and hitting your Return/Enter key until you've captioned your entire movie. It couldn't be simpler! If you can type, you can make your videos accessible for the deaf, increase your search engine optimization (SE0), and open your videos up to a much wider audience.
Have an SCC caption file that you need to translate into human-readable text transcripts? Need to find where that error is in your SCC captions? This closed captioning decoder is exactly what you need, and a great companion tool for MovieCaptioner. Just select your SCC file and it will save it as a new text transcript with timecode. The timecode can either stay the same as the SCC file (very useful for troubleshooting) or it can remove the buffer time that SCC files build in, making the timecode closer to the actual time the captions are displayed. You can also opt to output as paragraph text without timecode. By providing text transcripts of your movies on your Web site, you will not only be providing accessibility, but you will also improve your search engine optimization by providing searchable content. It can now batch-process a whole folder of files, or enable the hot folder to check for new SCC files every so many minutes. It will auto-process any SCC files it finds in your hot folder and copy the original files to an archive on your destination folder along with the decoded transcripts.More Info Download Demo Buy Now
ScreenCaptureX captures your computer screen in 3 different ways. Just choose which type of image you want to capture, then click the Capture Screen button. It will save it as a JPEG (numbered sequentially) to your Desktop. Simple, huh? Need to grab a still from a DVD? ScreenCaptureX can do it!More Info Free Download
This book is for anyone new to captioning video who wants to learn more about the subject. It discusses the reasons that video should be captioned, the many different caption file formats and how to create them, helpful software to use, captioning style guidelines, and helpful links to more information.More Info