MovieCaptioner
MovieCaptioner
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MovieCaptioner6.5.2

21 October 2019

Easily create captions and transcripts for your movies.

Overview

MovieCaptioner keeps repeating a segment of the movie until you are done typing what you hear. Just hit the Return key and it will save your caption and automatically advance to the next few seconds of the movie, allowing you to zip through your captioning tasks in no time flat - an incredibly easy way to create captions for your videos!

What's new in MovieCaptioner

Version 6.5.2

Note: Ready for macOS 10.15 Catalina

Fixed:
  • Crashing problem the the Save As option under the File menu.
  • An error in the HTML5 WebVTT export option that was not writing the correct name of the VTT caption file.
New:
  • The WebVTT (File Only) export option now allows you to choose a name and save location instead of simply writing to where your movie is.

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How would you rate MovieCaptioner app?

11 Reviews of MovieCaptioner

pzb4
07 October 2019
Version: 6.4.0

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MovieCaptioner is compiled for 64-bit so it will run fine in Catalina.
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Fariborz
21 October 2019
Version: 6.5.2
I downloaded version 6.5.2 on my iMac but Catalina doesn't allow me to install it. A message appears saying that: “MovCaptioner.pkg” can’t be opened because Apple cannot check it for malicious software!! What are we supposed to do with such security measures?! Thanks.
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pzb4
07 October 2019
Version: 6.4.0
MovieCaptioner is compiled for 64-bit so it will run fine in Catalina.
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pzb4
18 September 2012
Version: 4.7
If you downloaded the demo and it expired the next day, please try downloading again. It should give you the full 14 day trial.
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ben-marko
21 January 2011
Version: 4.20
Miyu does this for free, and is very stable. Why spend $100?
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pzb4
04 November 2009
Version: 3.2
If MovCaptioner should crash on you there is an easy fix. With the new undo/redo MovCaptioner is supposed to create a folder in your MovCaptioner folder called "Temp". It should create this folder on its own to hold scratch files as you work, then it will delete them all when you're done, leaving an empty Temp folder. If it does not create the folder, it may cause the problem. Make sure that your MovCaptioner folder is in your main hard drive's Applications folder, then simply create a folder called "Temp" in your MovCaptioner folder. That should solve the problem. Opening a previously saved project should also create this folder. I've added this folder to the new zip file so it should be there in the future to prevent this.
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pzb4
09 September 2009
Version: 3.0
Snow Leopard users will need to use the installer that comes with Snow Leopard to install QuickTime 7, as QuickTime X is not yet fully functional and will not work with MovCaptioner.
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pzb4
30 September 2008
Version: 2.0
Site is down today 9/30/08 and will be back up tomorrow. If you cannot download MovCaptioner today or view the website, it's because I have exceeded my bandwidth limit for the month. Since people found out that MovCaptioner works with YouTube now, I've had a major influx of visitors to the site. It will be back up tomorrow. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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pzb4
07 March 2008
Version: 1.5
MovCaptioner now plays well with Leopard!
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tvalleau
08 January 2008
Version: 1.4
Aww... no Leopard. Soon as that's added, I'll give it a go.
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pzb4
06 November 2007
Version: 1.3
If you've tried MovCaptioner before and when you went to try this version you got a message saying your demo has expired, please try downloading the s/w again. I believe I've corrected this problem. Sorry for the inconenience.
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pzb4
13 September 2007
Version: 1.2
Please delete your old MovCaptioner preferences file prior to using version 1.2 if you've used MovCaptioner before. The old preferences file could cause the app to crash on opening. So go to your USER/Library/Preferences folder and delete the file called MovCationerPrefs and you should be fine. Also, please be sure to view the movie "How To Get Started" on the website: http://www.slidesnow.com/movcaptioner You really should see how to use this before you try it the first time. You should use the Start button instead of the movie's play button and don't click the Cue Next button until you know what it's really for. There is also a brief How To Use MovCaptioner file that comes with the app that's worth your time to look at as well.
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