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MovieCaptioner logo MovieCaptioner -
Easiest Way to Caption
Your Videos
SCC Caption Decoder logo SCC Caption Decoder -
Translates SCC Caption Files
to Readable Text
ScreenCaptureX logo ScreenCaptureX -
Image Capture Software

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(formerly MovCaptioner)

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XP/Vista/Windows 7
Windows 8/Windows 10

QuickTime for Windows must be installed prior to installing MovieCaptioner

Windows Media Files must be converted to either QT movies or MPEG-4 movies prior to using in MovieCaptioner. The free Prism Video Converter is recommended.


Mac OSX 10.6 through current

QuickTime Player 7 must be installed

QuickTime Pro 7.6.6 or higher recommended for embedding caption tracks and exporting movies

Flip4Mac plugin (free) required for loading Windows Media movies to create SAMI captions

Perian plugin (free) for QT required for loading FLV movies

ClosedCaptionImporter plugin for QT (free from Apple) for creating SCC captions

Watch this! In 4 Minutes You Will Be A Video Captioning Expert!

Need to caption your movie, but just don't know where to start?

Watch this short video to see how you can be captioning your movies 3 minutes from now. DOWNLOAD a fully functional 14-day demo of MovieCaptioner and get started right away! And get our FREE EBOOK: Get Started with Video Captioning

After you load your movie, just click the Start button and MovieCaptioner will play a 4 second loop of the movie. You just type what you hear and hit the Return key and it records your caption and the start time. It will automatically move on to the next 4 second loop. You'll move right through your movie in no time. Once you get all the captions in, you can export to many different formats. The caption track can be added automatically to your movie. It can't be simpler. You can also create transcripts with timecode if you want as well. If you can type, you can make your movies accessible!

Make closed captioned movies for YouTube, iPhones, iPods, DVDs, and Broadcasting!

Already have transcripts and just need to add them as captions to your movies? MovieCaptioner will allow you to import the text as captions, making the job a snap! It will also import many other caption formats keeping the timecode intact. It's a simple way to convert between captioning formats.

MovieCaptioner is quickly becoming the go-to software for captioning. It is being used by many government agencies such as NASA, NOAA, the Department of Homeland Security, universities such as Penn State, Cal Poly, Ohio State, and Gallaudet, to name a few, and television producers, such as MOTORZ TV, the Oprah Winfrey Network, and Time Warner Cable are using MovieCaptioner are using MovieCaptioner as well.

Try MovieCaptioner today! Download a free 14-day fully-functional demo and you'll see how quickly you can succeed in captioning your videos.

Click the link below to see how Motorz-TV uses MovieCaptioner to create captions for their TV program.

Read How-To Caption Your Videos For Broadcast by Chris Duke of Motorz TV.

download your free ebook entitled get started with video captioning

Available for free in the iBook Store too!

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Who Uses MovieCaptioner?

  • Apple, Inc.
  • NASA
  • NOAA
  • Starbucks
  • Netflix
  • Showtime Networks
  • AETN
  • Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN)
  • MIT
  • RIT
  • Penn State
  • Ohio State
  • Kent State
  • Dept of Homeland Security
  • Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
  • U.S. Coast Guard
  • U.S. Postal Service
  • Motorz TV
  • Norfolk Southern
  • Gallaudet University
  • FEMA
  • Dept of Health and Human Services
  • University of Melbourne
  • Stony Brook University
  • The Advertising Council
  • University of Vermont
  • Entravision Communications
  • Scripps Networks Interactive
  • University of Hawaii at Hilo
  • Apple Distinguished Educators
  • Rocket Media Group
  • The Cleveland Clinic
  • University of Northern Iowa
  • George Mason University
  • Loyola University
  • University of Alabama
  • DeafNation
  • Allstate Insurance
  • Red Hat Studios
  • Cal State
  • USDA Forest Service
  • National Institutes of Health
  • Sydney Opera House

And many, many more!

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Mac OSX 10.5 through 10.9
XP/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
Decode SCC (Sonic Scenarist Line 21) Caption Files Into Readable Text Transcripts

Have an SCC caption file that you need to translate into human-readable text transcripts? Need to find where that error is in your SCC captions? This closed captioning decoder is exactly what you need, and a great companion tool for MovieCaptioner. Just select your SCC file and it will save it as a new text transcript with timecode. The timecode can either stay the same as the SCC file (very useful for troubleshooting) or it can remove the buffer time that SCC files build in, making the timecode closer to the actual time the captions are displayed. You can also opt to output as paragraph text without timecode. By providing text transcripts of your movies on your Web site, you will not only be providing accessibility, but you will also improve your search engine optimization by providing searchable content.

It can now batch-process a whole folder of files, or enable the hot folder to check for new SCC files every so many minutes. It will auto-process any SCC files it finds in your hot folder and copy the original files to an archive on your destination folder along with the decoded transcripts.

SCC Caption Decoder interface

sample output file from SCC Caption Decoder

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Version 1.0

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MacIntosh OSX 10.5 or newer
ScreenCaptureX (freeware)

ScreenCaptureX captures your computer screen in 3 different ways. Just choose which type of image you want to capture, then click the Capture Screen button. It will save it as a JPEG (numbered sequentially) to your Desktop. Simple, huh? Need to grab a still from a DVD? ScreenCaptureX can do it!

ScreenCaptureX interface

The default Mac screen capture (APPLE+SHIFT+3 and APPLE+SHIFT+4) capture as PNG files by default, so using ScreenCaptureX will allow you to skip the step of saving them as JPEGs. Checking the Add captions checkbox will allow you to put a caption centered under the screen shot and checking the Timed capture button will allow you to include menus in your full screen screencaptures, which can be really helpful if you want ot create Web tutorials quickly.

You can also click on the Change Preferences button and you'll be given the option of choosing the default file name, whether or not to include the suffix in the name, where to save the screen captures, and what file type your prefer as the default (JPEG, PNG, or PICT). Checking the Save-as checkbox locks in whatever format you have chosen and allows you to change the name of the screencapture immediately after capturing or adding the caption. It will also allow you to choose where the file is saved to also.

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