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  • Action Script Viewer - Version 2012/11 Release Notes
    2012 11 29 version Several bug fixes and enhancements to both AS2 and AS3 decompile engines also to JSFL rebuild feature SWF Revealer 2 50 bypasses one more packer ASV unofficially supports 32 bit tiles OS aka Windows 8 64 bit version has problems running ASV Specifically ZIP and LZMA decompression will not be available because of lack support of the tiles OS for external DLLs If you have ASV

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  • Installation
    the ZIP file you have received or downloaded does not include the file Captionate2 pke you must also copy this file sent to you separately to the same folder Otherwise Captionate will not run Special Requirements Captionate relies on Macromedia Adobe Flash ActiveX plug in minimum version 7 version 8 required for displaying on2 vp6 encoded video and Microsoft Media Player ActiveX plug in version 6 or above to display

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  • What's new?
    that when you create your XML files you may use any of the available formats New File Export Special menu has 3 commands Video Only FLV saves a FLV file that consists of only video tags of the open FLV file Audio Only FLV saves a FLV file that consists of only audio tags of the open FLV file Audio as MP3 if the audio codec used is MP3 saves the audio of the current FLV file as an MP3 file In the File Export menu Captionate XML command moved over Data Only FLV command Data entry fields of Captionate UI now supports 65000 characters bytes FLV data uses UTF8 encoding with some languages each character may take 3 bytes which will effectively decrease the character count to 21000 Note that this data size limitation is not inherent to the FLV format UI of the older versions of Captionate supported only a fraction of the current figure with no problem reports so at this time we find the current limit sufficient Several bug fixes Version 2 11 Revised according to recently released SWF FLV specs Some bug fixes and internal enhancements Version 2 1 New Metadata tab in FLV Information Dialog Metadata that will be injected can now be viewed keyframes object which has arrays for filepositions and timestamps of all keyframes and custommetadata object which can have any number of name value parameters that can be entered by the user are supported There is also an option for not including event type cue points in the onMetadata event Caption data can now be converted to Cue Point data type This may come handy if a 3rd party component you are using only supports cue points Simple batch processing support added External export libraries supported These libraries can export Captionate

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  • Getting Started
    FLV file is first opened timeline shows the whole FLV By using zoom functions you can zoom in as much as 1 pixel per millisecond display Captionate also has a Video Preview Video Preview and Timeline works together though the timeline can work by itself When the Video Preview is open the Playhead the current time in the Timeline is synchronized That means if you cannot seek a time in the video you won t be able to set the playhead to that time remember this only applies when the Video Preview is open In FLV files only key frames can be seeked Therefore Captionate provides options when choosing which video file to use as a preview for the open file You can use the original FLV audio only version of the original FLV or select any other file FLV or any file that is supported by Windows Media Player Captionate can also process the FLV if encoding is Sorenson H 263 using FFMPEG so that every frame is a key frame Captionate saves your preview selection and asks if you want to cache the file if the file is newly created when you close the FLV When working with the Video Preview you ll find the shortcut keys handy F5 Go back 10 seconds F6 Step back 0 5 seconds F7 Step forward 0 5 seconds F8 Go forward 10 seconds F9 Play Pause ALT F9 Stop You can create a Marker a Caption or a Cue Point in real time when the Video Preview is playing or you can choose to manually enter the time or select from the timeline Captionate 2 1 has limited import options Still you can import caption text from a plain text file or the Marker Caption and Cue Point data from any

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  • Working with Markers
    the Timeline the time value in the Marker Add panel is updated with the playhead time This allows real time marker entry while the Preview Video is playing For example you can press CTRL 1 as many times as necessary while the video is playing to have markers at desired points of time While the video is playing a Playback Latency value is used You can change this value using the Preferences Dialog Editing Markers All the data in the markers list can be edited in place If the current cell is not in edit mode you can use the ENTER or F2 key to enter the edit mode ENTER to accept changes ESCAPE to cancel changes Using F3 you can assign the current playhead time to a marker Also using the Edit Marker command either by clicking its icon on the sidebar or by using the context menu or the Data Menu you can edit a marker This command brings up the Marker Properties Dialog Additionally you can export the data as XML edit the XML file and import it back Deleting Markers You can delete the selected marker in the Markers List using the Delete Marker command in

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  • Working with Captions
    be specifying speakers for captions you don t need to define any speaker You can define as many Speakers as you like A Speaker has the following properties Name string Name of the speaker String Data string Can be any text you enter Usage depends on the player code For example you can have style code here or simply use the field for any other information about the speaker You can manage the Speakers using the Manage Speakers Dialog Also Captionate has buttons for adding editing and deleting the current selected speaker in the Caption Add Panel near the speaker combo box Adding Captions You can add a caption using one of the following Press Add Caption in the Caption Add panel The caption text will be added to the current selected Language Track using the time and selected speaker in the Caption Add Panel Press CTRL 2 This invokes the Add a Blank Caption command You can also choose the command from the menu or click the toolbar button or press Insert when the list has focus A blank caption will be added at the playhead time with no speaker selected Press F11 This invokes the New Caption command You can also choose the command from the menu or click the toolbar button Caption Properties Dialog will be displayed The time in the dialog will be set to current playhead time In this dialog you ll also have the option to cancel One important property of this dialog is that you can have many open at the same time When you add a new caption unless you change it the playhead time is used When you click on the Timeline the time value in the Caption Add panel is updated with the playhead time This allows real time caption entry while the Preview Video is playing For example you can press F11 or CTRL 2 as many times as necessary while the video is playing to have captions at desired points of time While the video is playing a Playback Latency value is used You can change this value using the Preferences Dialog Using File Import Captions from Plain Text command you can import captions from a plain text file In this case you will make use of Import from Plain Text Dialog and Assign Caption Times Window Caption Add Panel also has a feature to feed caption text from a plain text file After you import a plain text file the caption text will be updated with the next line after each add operation Because there s no duration property for a caption you ll need to insert a blank caption to remove the current caption when needed Editing Captions All the data in the caption list can be edited in place If the current cell is not in edit mode you can use the ENTER or F2 key to enter the edit mode ENTER to accept changes ESCAPE to cancel changes Rate wpm value is automatically calculated

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  • Working with Cue Points
    a few milliseconds delay does not matter navigation cue points still seek the nearest key frame But for Captionate we have decided it would create confusion and make it hard if we supported a physical and a logical time for each cue point In Captionate all physical and logical times are equal When importing an FLV which has its video and cue point tags shifted Captionate ignores the logical times and uses physical times when you save the file there will only be one time value for each cue point Captionate warns you about this with a dialog For example you may enter a cue point at time 00 03 000 in Flash 8 Video Encoder If the audio delay value is 25ms actual cue point will be at time 00 03 025 in the encoded FLV In MetaData and in the cue point the time will still be stated as 00 03 000 When you open this FLV with Captionate and save it the logical time value 00 03 000 will be ignored and all time values for the cue point will be the actual time 00 03 025 Another side effect of the shift is that if you enter a cue point or any data caption marker before the first video key frame you won t be able to seek that time and won t receive the data a second time Even if you seek time 0 you will be able to actually seek the first video key frame Captionate also displays a warning when you enter a cue point before the first video key frame A cue point has the following properties Name The name given to the cue point Time The timestamp for the cue point Type The type of cue point either navigation or event Parameters Variable number of name value string pairs optional Adding Cue Points You can add a cue point by using Add New Cue Point command The command is available on the main toolbar on the side bar in the Data Cue Points menu You can also invoke the command by pessing CTRL 3 or pressing Insert when the list has focus A cue point with default values will be added at the playhead time This allows real time cue point entry while the Preview Video is playing For example you can press CTRL 3 as many times as necessary while the video is playing to have cue points at desired points of time While the video is playing a Playback Latency value is used You can change this value using the Preferences Dialog Editing Cue Points All the data in the cue points list can be edited in place If the current cell is not in edit mode you can use the ENTER or F2 key to enter the edit mode ENTER to accept changes ESCAPE to cancel changes You can also export the data as XML edit the XML file and import it Using F3 you can assign the

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  • Batch Processing
    name on the commandline or by dropping the file on Captionate exe s icon Captionate Batch Text File Format A Captionate batch file is a plain text file such as one you can create with Notepad application with TXT extension First line of the file should be exactly as below captionate Remaining lines should be in the format datafile infile outfile Filenames can be separated by spaces or tabs If

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