The unique software for creating
to capture the time code of dialog lines (TC-in/TC-out)
and to create character/take lists for the dubbing industry.
DubbyLoop is aimed at all creative people in the dubbing industry who are looking for an effective tool for their daily work or dubbing artists who want to train their skills with DubbyLoop Pro.
With DubbyLoop, the book dubbed version of a film can be created in an unusually simple way. DubbyLoop Pro can also record entire dialogue lines (takes) and play them back synchronously with the video.
DubbyLoop uniquely links the video with the row- and column-based text matrix. By clicking once on the dialog line, the video player plays the selected line.
Text lines without timecode can be placed on the timeline by drag’n drop. By dragging or moving the take created in this way, the duration or length is fixed. The application creates the in and out time codes automatically.
Dialog lines already provided with timecode can be accessed directly without having to search for them in the player.
A drop-down menu for recurring text inserts like ON “(ON)” or Pause “(..)” etc. makes the author’s work easier!
With the filter function of the character names you can filter out single characters to display them in the timeline. By simply clicking on it the dialog line is played.
DubbyLoop Pro also has a record function.
With this you can record single “takes” synchronously. A single counter and a text insert make sure that the take is successful.
The text should have the following vertical and horizontal columns :
If the text does not yet contain time codes, it must be structured as follows :
To obtain such a split, we recommend converting the text to an Excel or Open Office (libre office) file. Afterwards, the file must be saved in a .csv or .txt (tab-delimited) file.
DubbyLoop can only import such text files.
Our text service converts any text file, including pdf files, into such a format.
Once video and text have been successfully imported, it can now be conveniently translated, “taken” and even spoken.
For translation work it is helpful to use the drop-down menu with the F1 function key. Here you can easily insert recurring inserts like (ON) /(OFF) , Pause (..) , (Reaction) etc.
The list can be continued as required and can be extended by the user.
When the dialog book is finished, you can save a .txt file via the menu item “Export Textfile”, which in turn can be read by most Taker systems or simply converted into an Excel file by drag’n drop.