Get acquainted with the interface, navigating the dashboard and customizing the layout to your liking.
Welcome to VoiceQ, your comprehensive macOS-based software for dubbing and translation tasks. This guide will familiarize you with the user interface, helping you navigate the VoiceQ dashboard, understand project workspaces, and customize the layout to suit your preferences.
The Main Menu: At the top of the VoiceQ window, you'll find the main menu bar. Here, you can access various functions including file management, project settings, view options, and help resources. Familiarize yourself with these menus as they provide essential tools for your workflow.
Toolbar Icons: Directly below the main menu, you'll find a set of intuitive icons. These quick-access buttons allow you to perform common actions such as opening and saving projects, playing and pausing, and navigating through scripts.
Script Display Area: In the center of the dashboard, you'll see the script display area. This is where your scripts are loaded. VoiceQ provides a clear, easy-to-read view of your script, making it simple to sync dialogue with video.
Timeline and Script Markers: Below the script display area, you'll find the timeline. This visual representation helps you keep track of the timing of your dialogue, ensuring accurate synchronization with video frames. Script markers allow you to denote important points in your script.
Audio Waveform Display: On the right side of the dashboard, you'll see the audio waveform display. This visual representation of the audio allows for precise alignment of dialogue with the waveform peaks.
Project settings: The settings here are important to the structure of the project. To access these options select 'View>Project settings' or 'Command+9'.
Media files: At the top of the window, you'll the media file import section. Here, you can add or remove media as well as reload if the media has any issues. We include the name of the file aswell as the frame-rate of the project as well.
Frame and Start time settings: Directly below media files section are the most important settings for your project. The frame rate can be set and it is recommended that users set it to match the media you have imported. Below that are options to use Feet+frames and a selection that allows for 0.1% offsets. Finally the start time section should also match the project or media start time. YOu can offset your project by shifting all lines when you align the start tiem as well.
Audio tracks: In the mid left side of the dashboard, you'll see the audio tracks. This is where your video audio tracks are loaded. VoiceQ allows you to choose alternative audio if it is included in the media file.
Audio Waveform Display: On the lower left side of the dashboard, you'll see the audio waveform display.
Project languages: In this section you can add or remove languages using official language codes. We support over 900 language codes. If you wish to add new languages please get in touch with our team to set up a new metric if you wish to connect ot VoiceQ Cloud.
By understanding the VoiceQ user interface, project workspaces, and layout customization, you're well-equipped to dive into your dubbing and translation projects. Should you have any further questions or encounter any difficulties, refer to our extensive support resources or reach out to our dedicated support team. Happy dubbing!