Once I have finished writing my audio description, I want to export audio description scripts on Frazier?.
We provide the following file formats for exporting your audio description script:
An SRT file (or SubRip) is a plain-text file containing information about audio descriptions or subtitles, including the start and end timecodes of your text to ensure your descriptions or subtitles match your audio. It also contains the sequential number of descriptions or subtitles.
A VTT file is a text file saved in the Web Video Text Tracks (WebVTT) format. It contains information about a web video, including descriptions, subtitles, captions, chapters, and metadata.
This article provides more information on the differences between .srt and .vtt files.
CSV stands for Comma Separated Values. The CSV file is a plain-text file that contains a list of data. As its name suggest, a CSV file has a fairly simple structure with a list of data separated by commas.
A DOCX file is a Microsoft Word document that contains text. The DOCX file is an easy-to-use XML format, making it a popular choice for audio description scripts and subtitles.
ADC is Frazier's own file format for saving audio descriptions. As well as the text, the file contains important information for the text-to-speech output. That's why we recommend this format for creating back-up copies.