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If you ever need to watch a series of QuickTime movies and take notes, or if you need to get dailies or raw footage to clients or collaborators for comments, you know what a huge hassle it can be. Doing window burns, waiting hours for renders, making DVDs, spending hours for encoding, and then there's the hassle of the process having to continually hit pause on your DVD remote and write down the timecode they see on the screen. Problem solved. Now, there's QT Movie NoteTaker. This program from DVcreators.net that simplifies the process of taking movie notes. This application lets you load a QuickTime movie, then click a button to stop the movie, enters the movie time into your notes automatically, then waits for you to write a brief or lengthy comment. You can save your notes as a text file or email them to others.
License Free
File Size 945.77 kB
Version .5
Operating System Windows XP Windows
System Requirements Windows XP
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