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  • File Menu
    save the current Captionate data as a Captionate XML file Data only FLV Prompts for a filename to save the current Captionate data as a data only FLV file Cue Points as Adobe FLVCoreCuePoints XML Prompts for a filename to save the current cue points data in Adobe FLVCoreCuePoints XML format which was introduced with Adobe Soundbooth public beta Captions for Current Language as TT XML CTRL T Prompts for a filename to save the captions for current language as TT XML format Timed Text XML file which you can use for the source parameter of the FLVPlaybackCaptioning component Commands added by export libraries Additional export formats can be supported by external export libraries These commands prompt for a filename to save the data in the format specified in the menu text Export Special Video only FLV Prompts for a filename to save a video only FLV file which only has video tags of the open FLV file Audio only FLV Prompts for a filename to save an audio only FLV file which only has audio tags of the open FLV file Audio as MP3 If the audio codec used in the current FLV file is MP3 prompts for a filename to save the audio data as an MP3 file Import From FLV file Prompts for a filename to import the Captionate data from a FLV file Current Captionate data will be completely replaced with the imported data Captionate XML Prompts for a filename to import the Captionate data from a Captionate XML file Current Captionate data will be completely replaced with the imported data Captions from Plain Text CTRL G Opens the Import Captions from Plain Text Dialog Cue Points from Adobe FLVCoreCuePoints XML Prompts for a filename to import cue points from an Adobe FLVCoreCuePoints XML file Current

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  • Data Menu
    this dialog while the video is playing You can later review each one click OK to add or Cancel to discard them Add a Blank Caption CTRL 2 Adds a blank caption at the current playhead time which can later be edited Edit Opens the Caption Properties Dialog for editing the selected caption in the Captions Tab Delete Deletes the selected caption in the Captions Tab Delete Captions in Selected Time Range Deletes the captions in Selected Time Range in the Captions Tab Delete All Asks for confirmation to delete all captions Assign Caption Times Opens the Assign Caption Times Dialog Wrap Caption Text Opens the Wrap Caption Text Dialog Speakers Opens the Manage Speakers Dialog Language Tracks CTRL L Opens the Manage Language Tracks Dialog Caption Add Panel Feed Caption strings from Text file Opens Import Feed Text Dialog Each time Add Caption is pressed in the Caption Add Panel next line from the imported text will be fed into the caption text field Clear Caption Feed Strings Stops feeding the caption strings from the text file Cue Points Add New Cue Point CTRL 3 Adds a new cue point at the current playhead time which can later be

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  • Utility Menu
    in Test FLV Window which will play the file and let you test it Set Selection Time Range Opens the Set Selection Time Range dialog Controller Go back 10 seconds F5 Sets the playhead time 10 to seconds back Step back 0 5 seconds F6 Sets the playhead time to 0 5 seconds back Step forward 0 5 seconds F7 Sets the playhead time to 0 5 seconds forward Go

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  • View Menu
    the data is not cached see Timeline for more information Seek Selected Item Time If this option is checked when you select an item a marker or a caption the time code of the item will be seeked making the playhead time equal to the item time You can seek the item time by double clicking on the item icon even if this option is not checked Note that if video preview is open seek operation may not succeed the exact time that can be seeked depends on the key frame time codes in the preview video Markers List ALT M Activates the Markers Tab Marker Add Panel Shows hides the Marker Add Panel in the Markers Tab Captions List ALT C Activates the Captions Tab Caption Add Panel Shows hides the Caption Add Panel in the Captions Tab Text within and and Whitespace in Captions List When this option is not checked text within usually HTML tags in caption text in caption list will be filtered and not shown When editing tags will show In Assign Times dialog and on Timeline tags are already filtered which can be controlled with an INI option only Cue Points List ALT P

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  • Help Menu
    in the URL You can check if you have the latest version of Captionate using this command The page will show the latest version of Captionate you are eligible for free If you don t have the latest version you can download it at your current download page if you are assigned one or request it from us by emailing to support captionate com Use Offline Help Captionate uses local

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  • Video Preview Window
    for Video Preview Dialog will be displayed first For FLV previews only if View Captions in FLV preview option is selected in General Preferences captions will also be displayed in an overlay box 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

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  • Choose Video for Video Preview Dialog
    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 General Preferences to change frame rate of the FFMPEG processed file However FFMPEG works only with certain video codes Sorenson Spark H 263 On2 VP6 Screen Video AVC H 264 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 a FLV file if you want While any file can be selected this option makes sense if

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  • Preferences Dialog
    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 names are used as XML tag names in Captionate XML format like name value name This approach unfortunately has a drawback XML tag names cannot include spaces cannot start with a digit and cannot be empty When this option is selected Captionate will prefix the names with the string name which will be removed when importing to avoid some of the limitations described above After exporting an XML file Captionate will also try importing it back and warn you if the saved XML file is invalid and cannot be imported You should unselect this option only if you need to create a Captionate 2 11 or below compatible XML file Timed Text TT XML Tab These options apply to exported XML by File Export Captions for Current Language as TT XML CTRL T command Different formats are possible Some examples are p begin 38 679 dur 3697ms Caption here p p begin 36 310 end 38 679 Caption here p p tts textAlign center begin 00 00 49 389 end 00 00 53 621 Caption here p Time Attributes begin dur when needed When selected dur attribute will be written only if the next caption is empty and its value will be timestamp difference between this and next caption Duration is always in milliseconds ms begin dur When selected dur attribute will be always be written and its value will be timestamp difference between this and next caption or for last caption FLV duration begin end When selected end attribute will be written and its value will be the timestamp of next caption or for last caption FLV duration Use long time format When selected time values will be written in long format hours minutes seconds milliseconds with leading zeros for example as 00 00 36 310 versus short format like 36 310 when this option is not selected Note Some players only support TT XML which use begin and end time attributes for captions FLVPlaybackCaptioning component supports both using dur attribute when necessary and always using dur attribute along with begin attribute Long time format is not necessary for

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