Don’t miss a red carpet word-count premiere of AnyCount 4D!Maria Gaydukova
Act 1. Count words in subtitles
Subtitles introduce us to so many more amazing films, and the new 4D edition allows you to count characters and words in subtitles.
Do you remember the “The interpreter” movie, starring Nicole Kidman? To tell the story of a UN interpreter, 8313 words or 37347 was used. Is that a lot or a little? In “The Terminator,” AnyCount only counted 3656 words or 16410 characters.
Act 2. Word-count in bilingual CAT files
Be on a roll by counting CAT tools file formats with the new 4D edition. Now you have everything to become a word-count superstar! Count source and target text in TMX, TTX, XLF, SDLXLIFF, MQXLIFF, MXLIFF. Translation Oscar guaranteed.
Act 3. AnyCount 4D is entirely standalone
AnyCount 4D can work on a movie set (or on your computer) totally independent. You don’t need to buy, download, and install software such as Microsoft or Open Office, or Adobe Acrobat Reader if you don’t need to.
Act 4. Renewed UI
The closing night feature is a new visual look to make your word-count experience more smooth. The new neat interface will make your word-count process more enjoyable.
After Credits Bonuses
AnyCount 4D is licensed per PC, but you can get an extra one for your laptop or friend (choose wisely) if you act now:
- Everyone will get an extra license per every license purchased.
- Users of AnyCount 3D will get 3 extra licenses per every license purchased.
- Users of 8 version and earlier will get 2 additional licenses per every license purchased.
- The pleasure of awesome word-count in 70 file formats
All bonuses will be automatically applied within a week after purchase.
If this does not happen, please, drop us a line.