The original X-Title Caption Export (XTCE) is discountinued.
A new Mojave compatible version is available here: The new version combines X-Title Extractor (XTE), X-Title Caption Export (XTCE) and X-Title Caption Convert (XTCC) into one interface.XTE Mojave In case the application won't install it's Motion Templates (or for use on other machines) TextUp 2018 Templates and Effects
X-Title Caption Export (XTCE) currently is only available tool for FCP X to convert 'captioned projects' directly to SRT or WebVTT files. It is a unique tool which is incredibly simple and fast - it's sometimes even easier and faster than exporting a CEA or iTT from FCPX.
FCPX since version 10.4.1 allows to create subtitles directly in the timeline with ease - or you just can import CEA-608 or iTunes iTT files. This is a huge step forward but is dedicated to create Closed Captions.
For those who like the simplicity of this handling but want the options of SRT or VTT files for a wide use in social media and HTML players it is the perfect tool.
Just drag a project from the FCPX browser to the application window - or an fcpxml to the app's icon or application window. That's it. The app will ask which stream(s) should be converted and the resulting SRT/VTT file(s) can be auto-saved to the desktop or a user defined folder or manually to any other location.
X-Title Importer (XTI) allows to create captions or titles for FCP X from Subrip SRT (font style, font color), WebVTT (font style, font color, voice tags), iTunes iTT and other DFXP/TTML formats, Spruce STL (font, font size, font style, horizontal alignment), Youtube SBV, Chapterlist, Final Cut Pro X XML (chapters extraction), untimed text from transcripts, Comma separated text CSV.
X-Title Exporter (XTE) allows to export titles from FCP X to WebVTT, Subrib SRT, Texas Instruments DCP and Spruce STL.
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