Annotation Edit 220.127.116.11 is available now.
Download Page of Annotation Edit 18.104.22.168
Annotation Edit is now the first subtitle editing app to directly support editable subtitles with Adobe Premiere Pro CC Essential Graphics titles via Final Cut XML.
Added import and export of the early version of upcoming Netflix .ttal format for ADR.
Annotation Edit is also the first subtitle editing app to support YouTube SRV3/YTT with italics, justification, position, and vertical text.
zeitAnker Teletext supports Adobe Premiere CC Final Cut XML export with SDH colors and many more attributes.
zeitAnker Teletext is also the first subtitle editing app to support YouTube SRV3/YTT with italics, underline, justification, position and SDH foreground /background colors.
The package of this version includes a download link to a public preview of 64 bit versions of our apps. Essential for macOS Catalina, macOS Big Sur and Apple Silicon M1.
The latest preview version is released on November 20th 2021. Updates of the public preview will occur frequently.
Update channels for the preview versions are prepared.
Annotation Edit includes extended support for Final Cut Pro X 10.2 or later.
Users of Final Cut Pro 10.6.1 shall use the 64 bit versions of Annotation Edit and zeitAnker Teletext.
Since Version 1.9.29 a free Scene Detection utility is included.
This update still remains free.
zeitAnker Annotation Edit gives you a sophisticated interface to attribute and subtitle video or audio in very short time. Therefore we developed techniques hardly found elsewhere and took the chance to build a clean and extensible product from scratch.
Latest News: Notarized 64 bit preview versions of Annotation Edit, Annotation Transcriber, zeitAnker Teletext and zeitAnker Scene Detection are available.
For Final Cut Pro 10.6 XML (.fcpxml) choose the 64 bit version.
You find the download link in the Annotation Edit 22.214.171.124 package.
Special update channels are prepared for the preview apps.
The 64 bit version of zeitAnker Teletext adds import of IMSC/EBU-TT-D and iTunes Timed Text TTML for the hearing impaired.
Two videos showing creation of QuickTime movies with closed captions or subtitles are added to the services.
Show closed captions.
Show QuickTime subtitles.
Two videos showing integration with Final Cut Studio.
Subtitles in Final Cut Pro
Subtitles in DVD Studio Pro
SCC import and export, transcript import, DVD Studio Pro track item description import. Italic style, alignment and position can be imported from and exported to SCC, FCP XML, DVD Studio Pro STL and EBU STL. RTF export. FCP XML export with fades.
Reads native time-code offset. Support for Apple Remote Control.
Audio scrubbing, keypad shortcuts.
Lots of refinements.
Annotation Edit 1.2.1 introduced a new feature "Quick Spotting".
Let us call it "instant spotting". In most of cases this feature will save you vast amounts of spotting time.
Just have a look here at this movie. No tricks, all takes are done in real-time, showing instant spottings from several mixed-down sources, including a full-length feature film.
Your work in Annotation Edit is:
Concentrate on your work, share, distribute and refine your work at any time and any place. Circumvent costly production environments.
Create teleprompter files for use with Apple Logic or Digidesign ProTools on the fly.
When it comes to video annoation and subtitling, two interface models are common.
The use of a timeline shows obvious caveats. Typical use leads often to repetitive zoom in and out tasks. At second text readability is obscured. We dismissed the timeline concept in favour of easy searchable lists:
Even thousands of annotation entries are managed in a very convenient way and more important almost instantly.
More Information here.