Julie is CEO of iProbe Multilingual Solutions, Inc. a foreign language versioning and production support services company founded in 2001. During the past eight years Julie has headed a wide variety of audio & video localization projects for commerci... [more]
Julie is CEO of iProbe Multilingual Solutions, Inc. a foreign language versioning and production support services company founded in 2001. During the past eight years Julie has headed a wide variety of audio & video localization projects for commercials, industrials and documentary films. She has extensive experience in managing legal, financial, marketing and script translation projects from start to finish. Her skills include business development, proposal writing, creation of production budgets, sourcing and management of global teams. She has also developed a worldwide partner network which enable iProbe to fully service the needs of its multinational clients. Prior to founding iProbe, Julie worked at a translation company in 2000, and from 1998 to 1999, she resided in Milan, Italy where as a Key Account for Johnson Wax (part of the SC Johnson family) responsable for specialty channels in the Italian FMCG market. Julie has a Masters degree in Latin American Studies and Management from Leiden University in The Netherlands. She also completed MBA courses at the Iberoamericana University in Mexico City. Julie speaks fluently Dutch, French, Spanish, Italian and English. She is currently studying Brazilian Portuguese.
Importing STL subtitles in Encore by Marcello Mazzilli 10 years ago I need to convert STL files (the client gave me) to Adobe Encore format. As far as I know Adobe Encore uses the following... 00;00;01;20 00;00;05;10 Hello this is a subtitle 1) What character Encore u
Re: Importing STL subtitles in Encore by Julie Setbon 10 years ago You could try using a text editor (such as Ultraedit- they should have a free trial) to run a macro and change your script file and save it with a different encoding if necessary (UTF-8, UTF-16, ANSI)
image script files by Sergio Barrozo 10 years ago I m using Encore CS3 and I want to import subtitles from image files. I did a test with some TIFF images, I created a Image Script File, but when the subtitles appeared in timeline, they were jagged a
Re: image script files by Julie Setbon 10 years ago To obtain the crisp looking subtitles you either run them through a character generator from Ultech Link Electronics such as the ITV-Injector, DV-2000, DV-3000, HDE-3000 or you import them directly in
Re: greek by Julie Setbon 11 years ago Dear Ben, Did you ever find a work around on the AE Greek font issue Best regards, Julie H. Setbon Julie H. Setbon iProbe Multilingual Solutions, Inc. Tel. 212-489-6035 www.iprobesolutions.com