The Subtitling Add-In for Microsoft PowerPoint (STAMP) has just been updated to version 1.6 and now supports Microsoft PowerPoint 2010, 2013 and later.
Users can add closed captions to video and audio files included in their presentations, making them accessible for people with hearing disabilities. And did you know... Once a video embedded in a ppt file is captioned the resulting ppt file can be exported as an .mp4 or .wmv to playback as a standalone video with your captions.
- Microsoft Office 2010, 2013 and later supported
- Included caption editor for users to enter subtitles directly into PPT
- Allows users to import and export (subset of) Timed Text Markup Language (TTML) files
- Subtitles can also be used for localizing in different languages, training and many other uses.
- Caption formatting: font colour and background colour
- Caption alignment: text within the captions and caption physical location
- Captions created as PowerPoint elements so anyone can view your presentation
To download, visit the Subtitling Add-In for Microsoft PowerPoint (STAMP) website on Sourceforge.