Another follow-up on the 2.x series includes mostly bug fixes, a more flexible timeline size and online translation search capabilities from allsubs.org.
- Added the ability to adjust the height of the subtitle timeline, taking further advantage of the multi-resolution waveform visualization algorithm, and allowing for finer-grained study of the audio track.
- Added a feature to search for translations of the currently loaded media.
- Fixed a sandbox connection denied issue after selecting a video, which may have occurred for users who have dictation input enabled in Mountain Lion, causing iCaption to not be able to load reference videos.
- Fixed a bug (from 2.0.0) with Adjust All Subtitles where the durations were incorrect.
- Fixed a bug (from 2.0.0) with automatic subtitle duration was not automatically setting the same duration that it was reporting.
- Fixed a bug when the subtitles list is filtered by a search, and clicking on a subtitle will show a preview from the unfiltered list.
What’s New in Version 1.2.0
– Added an average (mean) percentage column to the data table
– Added a line graph showing relative drops in body fat percentage, weight and BMI.
– Added the ability to modify the date that a measurement was taken in the data table (after the fact), in case you are adding backlogged information.
– Improved number formatting, alignment and spacing in the user interface.
– Updated multi resolution application icon for hi-res displays.
– Updated graphics and documentation.
This release adds printing support, PDF export, mood ratings and many user interface improvements:
- Improved hi-res multiresolution icons.
- Added the ability to print or export to PDF, to allow you to show your log to your doctor or dietician.
- Added the ability to rate moods from 1-10.
- Added average (mean) rating of your logged moods to the summary.
- Added a prominent help button to the toolbar.
- Updated the Add Mood dialog with rating and the other fields.
- The summary view is now docked as a left panel instead of a toggled floating window.
- Fixed some bugs with calculating the summary.
- Moved the data filter (past 7 days, 30 days and all time) to the toolbar.
- The filter is now also for the meals and moods views, not just for the summary.
- Fixed a bug which caused multiple duplicates to be added to the available moods drop-down box. Previous computers which have duplicates will have the dupes removed after upgrading Foods and Moods and running it once.
- Updated the documentation.
iCaption 2.1.0 is a natural evolution of the 2.0.0 release. While this is a point release, it boasts just as many improvements as the last major release but continues to play on the same theme of improved timeline based subtitle editing, which was revamped in version 2.0.0. The single biggest new feature is waveform visualization right in your subtitle timeline. It comes at zero loading time cost, but only sections you have played will be made available. There are also many small improvements among editing and previewing, and new options which put you in control of fine tuning and preview playback.
- Keeping bugs in check
- Fixed a memory leak in the time formatting code.
- Fixed selection still in timeline after deleting or clearing.
- Fixed a bug in 10.7 Lion and greater, where the encodings dialog was freezing when the “ask on load” preference was set.
- Added waveform visualization of the loaded video’s audio track.
- Waveform data is overlayed right over the subtitles in the same timeline view.
- Waveform samples are collected in real-time for the portion you are editing as you play the video, so there is no loading.
- The waveform visualization algorithm is highly optimized for speed and memory efficiency, even with a large video.
- Easy access for fine-tuned editing.
- Added keyboard shortcuts and menu items for start/end/maker area nudging/scrubbing.
- Added keyboard shortcuts and menu items for scrubbing video to previous and next frame.
- Added keyboard shortcut and menu item for toggling fullscreen video mode.
- Added the ability to scope the timeline to the area bounded by the markers (e.g. full zoom to the marked area).
- Adding a subtitle in between two others in the timeline will now be considered an implied insert; explicit insert is still available.
- Further preview and playback improvements
- Preview playback can now start from anywhere; there is a separate ‘Preview from Beginning’ which restarts from the beginning.
- During preview playback you may now click on any subtitle in the list to continue the preview from that spot.
- Updated the video playback controls, and added a progress meter.
- New categorized modeless preferences window allows you to try out the preferences in iCaption while keeping the preferences window open.
- Added a preference which allows opening subitile files to append to the current subtitle list.
- Added a preference to turn the waveform visualization on or off.
- Added a preference to set the start/end marker scrubbing amount in milliseconds, for fine tuning.
- Added a preference to set preview timer precision in milliseconds.
- Added preset optimization options for performance-affecting preferences.
- Support for 32-bit Snow Leopard while still supporting Mountain Lion.
- Translucency for the film cell-like application dock icon.
- Updated the documentation.