MacCaption and CaptionMaker can create an original .MCC file format for high definition closed captioning with Premiere Pro versions CS 5.5 or later. Simply author your closed captions (or convert a cap file from another captions source), attach the .MCC file to your Premiere Pro sequence, and output to HD Tape with true CEA-708 and CEA-608 closed captions. Then, output via your AJA Kona, Blackmagic Decklink, Matrox MXO2 series, or MOTU video device. Telestream's unique software encoding technology means no special encoding hardware is required. You can even monitor the HD closed captions inside the Premiere Pro Program Monitor.
MacCaption and CaptionMaker can embed closed captions directly into many kinds of video files for digital delivery:
MacCaption and CaptionMaker can create alpha channel subtitle videos to overlay burned-in subtitles for any NLE system.
MacCaption and CaptionMaker can create an SD closed captions file for Premiere Pro versions CS 5.5 or later for tape output using your AJA, Blackmagic, Matrox*, or MOTU hardware. You can even monitor the closed captions inside the Premiere Pro Program Monitor. You can also create a line 21 overlay video ("black movie") for any NLE including earlier versions of Premiere, Avid, FCP, Edius, Vegas, etc.
*Note: Matrox MXO2 series on Mac OS currently uses a different workflow for adding closed captions
MacCaption and CaptionMaker can encode closed captions directly into DV QuickTime files. You can then print to DV (miniDV, DVCAM, DVCPRO) tape via Firewire using any version of Premiere Pro.
MacCaption and CaptionMaker can add closed captions to many web video formats: QuickTime (including for iPod/iPhone/iPad/etc.), iTunes, YouTube, Windows Media.
MacCaption and CaptionMaker can add closed captions and subtitles to DVD, and subtitles for Blu-ray, for Adobe Encore and most professional authoring programs.
1Currently available for CaptionMaker only.