Belle Nuit Montage has released an update for Belle Nuit Subtitler, bringing it to version 1.5. Belle Nuit Subtitler is a utility designed for editing subtitles in Final Cut or Avid editing programs. The update features 720 exporting support and QuickTime spotting. According toBelle Nuit Montage:
Belle Nuit Montage announces the immediate release of Belle Nuit Subtitler 1.5.
Belle Nuit Subtitler is a standalone program to edit and render subtitles for using in Avid or in Final Cut Pro. With Subtitler, translators can prepare the subtitles themselves, freeing the editor from typing time and error. Subtitler renders full quality antialiased titles with alpha-Channel in PAL, NTSC, HD in 4:3 and 16:9 to the standard formats TIFF and PICT.
Fonts, styles, colors, position, opacity, alignments, borders, shadows and blurring are customizable. Subtitler is currently the fastest solution working with nonlinear editors and does not need any specific hardware.
Main new features:
- Spotting with QuickTime movies
- Timecode comment
- Export of the spotting to Avid (EDL), Final Cut Pro (XML) and DVD Studio Pro (STL)
- Export to 720p
With Subtitler 1.5, a translator will now be capable to do the whole spotting and translating within one application. The editing of the titles is then a mainly automated process. With Subtitler 1.5, you can now also reuse the same subtitles for a video and a DVD application.
You can find more information about the Belle Nuit Subtitler update at the Belle Nuit Montage Web site. Belle Nuit Subtitler 1.5 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$120.00.