Projects / iCaption


iCaption is a soft subtitle editor, utilizing timeline based editing. Soft subs are files stored separately from the video file, rendered in real-time as the video plays. iCaption is extremely simple to use and allows you to create, open, edit, and save SubRip and YouTube files.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  16 Apr 2014 05:52

    Release Notes: Fixes a bug from 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.

    •  29 Mar 2014 05:48

      Release Notes: This release fixed offsets in video seeking using markers and a couple of crashes. A rendering artifact in waveform visualization when playing audio segments out of order was fixed.

      •  20 Mar 2014 04:13

        Release Notes: The audio and video core of iCaption has been re-written to take advantage of OSX 10.9 Mavericks' AVFoundation, dropping support for earlier versions of OS X. Drag and drop support was added along with a quicker way to add subtitles immediately after the current. The new AllSubs search API is now used.

        •  07 Apr 2013 07:15

          Release Notes: This feature release improves preview/pause shortcuts, adds trackpad support, and adds the ability to insert subtitle start and end markers in real time while the video is playing (a feature requested by industry workers).

          •  30 Nov 2012 07:15

            Release Notes: This release includes mostly bugfixes, a more flexible timeline size, and online translation search capabilities from


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