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MovieCaptioner is an easy to use application designed to assist users in creating their very own movie subtitles. Existing transcripts can be imported and the output file can be saved to a variety of extensions.

In order to create captions, one must first load a movie. The software includes a player, which is a great feature since no additional application is required (and, therefore, no alt-tabbing).


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Unfortunately, the supported input clips are not in the most commonly-used formats. Excluding MOV and MP4, most other extensions are hardly used.

Users seeking to add clips in more popular formats might, therefore, be a bit disappointed! Once the video is loaded, captions can be created, complete with timecodes.

The tool features an interesting mechanism meant to help users: once the “Start” button is pressed, four seconds of the clip are played. This segment is looped until a command is received.

This is an interesting feature, as it automates the process and allows users to focus exclusively on their transcripts.

The GUI features plenty of buttons and menu items. This being said, most of the functions behind the buttons are quite easy to grasp. Generally-speaking, there are no windows that pop up to request more information.

What's more, even though most buttons carry a self-explanatory title (i.e. “Split caption” or “Preview”), brief explanations are available. Newcomers will find this very useful!

One of the strong points of this software is its import and export capabilities. Files such as TXT, CSV and XML can be included in the current project. Output files can take many forms in predefined formats. Examples include SUB, SRT and HTML documents.

To sum up, MovieCaptioner Serial is very easy to use and quite powerful, due to its generous export features. However, the ability to load more common types of video files would be a nice addition.