TitleExchange Pro is a unique tool which makes complicated things both simple and fast when juggling with subtitles in collaborative environments.
It started as a basic tool for Apple’s Final Cut Pro about 10 years ago it is probably one of the most advanced tools available for the Apple Final Cut Pro (legacy) platform to interchange subtitle information. Using it with Apple’s legacy Final Cut Pro could make this NLE the most flexible editing out dated software package in the world when it comes to subtitles.
But times change. TitleExchange Pro now does support a lot of other NLEs, authoring applications and “playback” platforms.
While Apple’s Final Cut Pro X initial release there only were some limited options using XML and Motion templates. With the major update to 10.1 Apple did fix and enhanced a lot of title handling and XML things. So now it allows to have a nearly “full flavored” handling of subtitles.
Other NLEs like Avid’s Media Composer allow a nice handling of subtitles as well, using TitleExchange will make the build in options of Media Composer even more flexible.
With Adobe’s Premiere Pro you can create titles or subtitles, but… (Read More and Download)
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