While you read your teleprompter, Auto Captions works in the background recording exactly when you scrolled past each section of your script. Then when you're finished, it intelligently splits your script into individual captions with the correct timings, and packages them into a widely compatible .srt captions file.
SubRip files are the industry-standard for subtitles and closed captions. An .srt file includes detailed timing information for each caption or subtitle, ensuring they'll be displayed at exactly the right moment in your video. All major video platforms and video editing programs accept .srt files for subtitles and captions.
If you're using Video Teleprompter, you'll have the option to add your subtitles directly onto your recorded video, with options for font, size and colour.
Every video project is different. Whether your videos are for YouTube or TV broadcast, Auto Captions has what you need.
Auto Captions is available in the following apps:
(Remember to install the latest updates from the App Store)