iCaption has returned to the Mac App Store with the updated 2.6.0 release. New features:
- Support for macOS Ventura and Apple Silicon processors, including M2.
- It’s no longer required to hit Return key for committing subtitle edits.
- Timeline scoping now advances by the current scope size.
- Loading of entire audio waveform when a video is opened.
- Higher granularity of waveform visualization data.
- Smaller memory footprint for audio waveforms.
- Modernized toolbar icons and minor User Interface tweaks.
- Add support for 3GP, 3GP2 and CAF file formats.
iCaption has returned to the Mac App Store with the updated 2.5.0 release. New features:
– Support for video scrubbing via TouchBar on the MacBook Pro with TouchBar.
– Update current time display when scrubbing from the Timeline.
– Update presentation for help files to support help viewer max window size on newer versions of Mac OS.
Both iKeepActive and iKeepActive have been voluntarily removed from the App Store last year, but have been re-instated with new versions in the App Sore after the 2015 Holidays. Both applications include updates to their core functionalities to use the newest Apple OS X APIs EventKit and AVFoundation, retiring CalendarStore and QuicktimeKit, respectively. This will fix compatibility issues with the newest versions of OS X. This also means that support for Snow Leopard, Lion, and Mountain Lion have been retired.
iKeepActive has also been updated with some graphing of your progress and muscle coverage from your workout schedule, while the Lite version only focuses on the API update.
iCaption 2.4.2 has been released today, to address the following issue:
– Fixed a bug from iCaption 2.4.0 where loading subtitles previously made would result in bad times on systems with region settings using ‘.’ as a number separator and ‘,’ as a decimal separator.
iCaption 2.4.1 has recently arrived, as a bug fix release. See changes below.
– Fixed a bug from iCaption 2.4.0 where the video playback and seeking started from the markers with a timing tolerance (in some cases a few seconds).
– Fixed a crash from iCaption 2.4.0 where the playback to the very end of the video crashed the application.
– Fixed a crash when loading another video while still playing a first video would crash the application.
– Fixed a rendering artifact in the waveform visualization when jumping between sections in the video and playing them out of sequence.
iCaption 2.4.0 has recently been released, adding new features requested by the users.
The audio and video core of iCaption has been re-written to take advantage of OSX 10.9 Mavericks’ AVFoundation (the QuickTime API is deprecated in 10.9). Warning: All OSX versions prior to 10.9 are now unsupported. Support for non-Apple-friendly media formats will be affected as a consequence. For Snow Leopard, Lion or Mountain Lion support please continue to use iCaption 2.3.0.
- Added the ability to instantly edit the subtitle’s start and end times in the timeline by dragging them (without pressing the Apply to Subtitle button afterwards). Apply is still used to move the entire subtitle.
- Added the ability “Add Next Subtitle”, which starts at the end of the currently selected subtitle, with the same duration.
- Added drag and drop for opening supported media formats.
- Added drag and drop for opening supported subtitle formats.
- Fixed search for subtitle translations to use the new search API by AllSubs.org.
A new version of the food and mood tracker for iOS has been released recently. The list of changes are below:
– Abbreviated the application name to “F & M” so the text now fits properly underneath the icon on the home screen.
– Added support for the iOS 7 look and feel while still maintaining iOS 6.1 support.
– Added offsets to food entries in the correlation view to address some overlapping issues when there are many food entries in between two mood entries.
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iCaption 2.3.0 has recently been released, adding new features requested by the users.
- The Preview is now combined with Play/Pause, which is toggled with the Command + P shortcut.
- Added the ability to add subtitles on the fly while the video is playing, using the ‘[‘ and ‘]‘ keys in combination with Command for the new subtitle’s start and end times respectively.
- Added trackpad support for the changing the timeline scope.
- Two-finger horizontal swipe while the pointer is in the time line will move the scope one minute forward or backward.
- The pinch/stretch gesture while the pointer is in the time line will zoom in and out of the scope.
- Updated the documentation.
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.