This release fixes a bug where the program does not restart automatically after license key entry, and adds a facility for embedding captions in a video using the Kapwing web application
This release of Caption Pro extends captioning capabilities to include videos as well as images, and gives you the capability to present a sequence of images and videos on a Windows desktop in the same way that you do on a mobile phone, and with captions below each image and video to keep all of your precious pixels intact
Caption Pro Web has had a major makeover after reviewing how users have been interacting with it. The interface now support loading by dragging files or pasting and is now a lot simpler (I hope). Captioned images can be downloaded by right-clicking on the image as well as using the Download button. And it’s free to use – no registration needed.
All Aleka websites (including captionpro.com.au) now use https protocol to preserve user security.
SetTags v 3.1.84 includes the ability to add tags to Outlook Contacts via the new version of Outlook Tag Add-In (188.8.131.52). Other improvements have made to Workgroup operation.
A new version of Caption Pro is now available with the problem of the screen getting smaller after applying a caption fixed, and support for setting aspect ratios in non-English Windows versions.
This release fixes some licensing bugs in the Workgroup version for multiple users.
A new SetTags version is available with the ability to tag URLs as well as folders and files, and Outlook email messages (via OutlookTag Add-in). The ability to tag URLs, and for a number of users to access a common database makes it particularly useful for organisations without a Local Area Network working with data stored only in Cloud repositories.
New releases of SetTags and Caption Pro now include links to this website for license purchase. Caption Pro has been modified to improve handling of multiple large files and support file generation – users can now specify the location of the support file. Thanks to all the users who reported these problems.
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