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  • Captions Tab
    to modify the existing caption Feed captions from text file Displays Import Feed Text Dialog Imported text will be used to feed caption strings Each time Add Caption is clicked the next line from the imported text will be fed into the caption field Stops feeding the caption strings from the text file Language Track Current language track can be selected using this list This selection affects both the Caption Add Panel and the Caption List below captions for only one language track can be shown in the list at a time You can use the following buttons to manage the language tracks quickly Adds a new track Language Track Properties Dialog will be displayed Edits the selected track s properties Language Track Properties Dialog will be displayed Deletes the selected track All captions for the track will also be deleted Caption List Captions are listed here in chronologic order Caption properties can be edited in place by clicking on a cell or by selecting it and pressing F2 You can move selection using arrow keys Enter accepts the changes and Escape cancels them Delete deletes the selected caption Insert adds a blank caption at the current playhead time When a caption is selected the playhead goes to the time code of the caption unless View Do not Seek Selected Item Time is checked Caption Icons Caption text is blank for all language tracks Caption texts are present for some language tracks Caption texts are present for all language tracks Double clicking on the icon causes the playhead to seek the time value Time Time code of the caption which must be unique for each caption This value can not exceed the duration of the open FLV file You can assign the current playhead time to the selected caption using

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  • Cue Points Tab
    Seek Selected Item Time is checked Cue Point Icon Double clicking on the icon causes the playhead to seek the time value Time Time of the cue point which must be unique for each cue point This value can not exceed the duration of the FLV You can assign the current playhead time to the selected cue point using the Utility Set Item Time to Playhead Time command by simply

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  • Video Preview Window
    to open the Video Preview Window or to play the FLV if the preview file has not been chosen yet Choose Video for Video Preview Dialog will be displayed first You can use the trackbar or timeline and controller buttons to navigate the video Trackbar You can seek the video using the trackbar Unlike the timeline the trackbar always represents the whole video Resize When the Video Preview Window is

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  • Choose Video for Video Preview Dialog
    file named captionate cit in the same folder as the FLV file and will not be asked for again You can later change this option with File Choose Video for Preview command Use the current FLV file The current FLV file will be used for preview The downside is if the FLV does not contain frequent key video frames you may not seek to exact times you want while the Video Preview Window is open Use audio of the current FLV file A new FLV file will be created containing only the audio tags of the current FLV The preview will be audio only but totally seekable Use the current FLV file processed by FFMPEG A new FLV file will be created by processing the current FLV with FFMPEG forcing all video frames to be key frames See Preferences Dialog to change frame rate of the FFMPEG processed file However FFMPEG works only with Sorenson H 263 video codec and this option will be disabled for other codecs See FLV Information Dialog to find out the video codec of the current FLV Select a video file You can select a Windows Media Player video file AVI WMV MPG etc or

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  • FLV Information Dialog
    onMetaData event When you are using cue points for captions subtitles this may make onMetaData size quite big and may even cause a delay when the video is starting Note that this option still places navigation type cue points in onMetaData event Any component that needs to seek a cue point before the cue point is actually received will need to make use of the cue points array in the onMetaData event Include keyframes object in metadata If this option is selected Captionate includes the keyframes object in the onMetaData event when saving the FLV file keyframes object consists of filepositions and times arrays also see onMetaData event By using the information in the keyframes object and a simple server side script it s possible to seek progressive download as opposed to streaming FLV files see http www asvguy com 2005 11 streaming flash html Include custommetadata object in metadata Captionate can add custom name value string pairs to the onMetaData event in custommetadata object When this option is selected custommetadata object with the name value pairs specified in Custom Metadata section will be included in the onMetaData event when the FLV is saved Custom Metadata section Click Add to add a new name value pair click Delete to delete selected name value pair click Delete All to delete all pairs You can edit the string data in place Either press F2 or click on text to enter the edit mode View MetaData Displays the data Captionate will save for the onMetaData event Note that only up to 1000 characters for each field will be shown Size Report Tab Original file size Shows the size of the original FLV file This excludes all Captionate data Markers Captions Cue Points and MetaData Video size Shows the total size of the video

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  • Preferences Dialog
    by this amount from the actual time This is to account for human reaction time and other inevitable delays You can modify this value to compensate for the latency on your system Default is 500 ms Appearance Native look If this option is selected Captionate will support current Windows XP theme Otherwise Office look and feel will be effective Reset Confirmation Defaults Captionate displays some warning confirmation dialogs which you have the option to choose not to be displayed again Clicking this button will reset these and all warning confirmation dialogs will be shown XML Export Tab Time Format If you are creating a Captionate XML file or modifying an exported XML selecting the most familiar and easy to work time format will be of help For formats other than milliseconds you ll need to have a timeformat tag You can export a dummy XML to see the valid format strings You can set the time format that will be used in the XML Captionate exports Currently following options are available Milliseconds This is the default format which is compatible with Captionate versions 2 11 and below Timestamp values are in milliseconds Seconds If you select this option timestamp values will be in seconds that is millisecond values divided by 1000 hh mm ss ms This is the format used in the user interface of Captionate Hours minutes seconds and milliseconds are separated by semicolons Millisecond values will have 3 digits hh mm ss ff 30 This format differs from the above format in that the last part is not in milliseconds but frames where there are 30 frames per second Frame values can range from 0 to 29 Use Prefix for custommetadata and parameter names The name part of name value pairs of custom metadata and cue point parameter

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  • Assign Caption Times Window
    caption listed here to the current playhead time This window is resizable and will stay on top of the main window Captions Lists the captions This list is read only If a caption in this list has an assigned time it will have a duplicate in the captions list in the main window where you can modify the caption and the change will be reflected in this list Assign Time F12 Assigns the current playhead time to the selected caption and selects the next caption You can assign the time after manually setting the playhead or while the video preview is playing If the preview is playing the times assigned will be affected by the Playback latency value which you can change in the Preferences Dialog Clear Time Clears the assigned time of the selected caption Its duplicate in the main caption list will be deleted and the caption will remain in this window without an assigned time Seek Time Sets the playhead time to the assigned time of the selected caption However if the Video Preview window is open the actual seeked time will most of the times be at the nearest key frame Clear All Times Clears assigned

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  • Import from Plain Text Dialog
    space characters space and tab at the start of a line will not be imported and other consecutive white space characters will be replaced with a single space character Do not import text within and When selected text within and characters including those characters will not be imported This option may help when importing documents containing HTML tags Do not import blank lines When selected blank lines in the text file will not be imported Import line breaks When selected lines will be imported according to the line breaks in the text file In other words the text file will be imported line by line Break lines by character count When selected the line breaks in the text file will be ignored and line breaks will be inserted according to the character count specified in the box Default value is 80 characters line Do not count text within and When selected text within and characters including those characters will be ignored while counting the characters see Break lines by character count option above Insert a line break for double line breaks When selected a line break will be inserted when two consecutive line breaks are encountered in the text file When this option is not selected and Break lines by character count is selected line breaks in the text file will be totally ignored Insert a line break after and When selected a line break will be inserted when a or character followed by a white space character is encountered Text for caption conversion This text field shows the imported text that will be converted to captions when you click OK It is also editable for making final corrections if necessary In fact you can skip the import process and paste or write your text here You can change the

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