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Dubbing and Translation

Steps for importing scripts and audio files, synchronizing text with video, managing multiple languages, and utilizing translation tools and features to streamline your workflow.

Welcome to VoiceQ, your trusted macOS-based software for dubbing and translation tasks. This guide will walk you through the essential steps for importing scripts and audio files, synchronizing text with video, managing multiple languages, and utilizing translation tools and features to streamline your workflow.


Importing Scripts and Audio Files

1. Script Import:

• To get started, navigate to the main menu and select "File" > "Import Script." VoiceQ supports various file formats including PDF, Word documents, and plain text. Choose your script file and click "Open."

2. Audio File Import:

• Similarly, you can import audio files by going to "File" > "Import Audio." VoiceQ accepts common audio formats like WAV, MP3, and AIFF. Select your audio file and click "Open."

3. Script Organization:

• Once imported, VoiceQ will display your script in a user-friendly interface. Scripts are organized for easy navigation, with tools to manage lines, cues, and translations.


Syncing Text with Video

1. Play and Pause Controls:

• Use the play and pause buttons in the toolbar to control the playback of your video. This allows you to precisely sync text with corresponding video frames.

2. Timecode and Frame Markers:

• VoiceQ provides timecode and frame markers on the timeline, giving you a visual reference for synchronizing dialogue with video. Simply drag and drop cues to align them with specific frames.

3. Fine-Tuning Synchronization:

• Utilize the waveform display for audio cues to achieve precise synchronization with visual cues on the video timeline.


Managing Multiple Languages in a Project

1. Language Selection:

• VoiceQ supports multiple languages within a single project. To add a new language, go to the main menu and select "Project" > "Add Language." Choose the language from the dropdown menu.

2. Language Tabs:

• Each language has its own tab in the script display area, making it easy to switch between languages and ensure accuracy in translations.

3. Translation Workflow:

• When working with multiple languages, you can use VoiceQ's translation tools to efficiently manage and synchronize translations across different versions of the script.


Using Translation Tools and Features

1. Translation Mode:

• Activate translation mode by selecting a line of text and clicking the translation icon. This mode streamlines the process of entering translations for dialogue.

2. Auto-Translate:

• VoiceQ offers an auto-translate feature that can assist in generating initial translations. Simply select the target language and VoiceQ will provide a suggested translation.

3. Translation Export:

• You can export translations in various formats for external review or collaboration. Navigate to "File" > "Export Translations" to save your translations in a compatible file format.

With these essential steps, you're well on your way to mastering dubbing and translation tasks with VoiceQ. Should you have any further questions or need assistance, consult our comprehensive support resources or contact our dedicated support team. Happy dubbing and translating!