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Full user review
"not intuitive at all, useless features"
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
This is not an intuitive piece of software to learn.
-Mainly caused by the clutter of useless buttons. For example: "the turn on Apple remote control support". What is the remote control useful for while editing subtitles??
-The buttons are not discriptive, and not at logical places
-The help manual makes it even more difficult: it doesn't make a distinction what is important to know and what not.
-Sound is not always audible while using HDV footage
-No drag and drop feature present in comparable software like Sublime
While editing subtitles should really not be that difficult. I compared several now, for example Sublime is ,much easier to learn, and it's drag and drop feature makes it very versatile.