Preparing subtitles and captions for video used to be a long and tedious process, but with titlebee the task has been made simpler and quicker by letting the subtitler focus on creating subtitles visually on a timeline. Now subtitlers and caption editors could truly match their subtitles to the images and replay difficult passages as often as they like and as fast or slow as they need to find the optimum result. Subtitlers can display multiple tracks side-by-side for easier translation, revision and proofreading.
The final subtitles are electronically embedded into the video either as soft subs (allowing them to be switched on and off) or hard subs (printed on the image permanently). And while titlebee can render the subtitles into the video directly and in many different formats (including MP4, MKV, AVI and MOV), subtitles that have been stylized with over 100 different effects and animations can also be exported to an NLE such as Adobe Premiere, Apple Final Cut or Avid Media Composer, as an alpha-layer that could sit on top of other elements.