If you ever need to watch a series of QuickTime movies and take notes, or if you need to get dailies or raw footage to clients or collaborators for comments, you know what a huge hassle it can be. Doing window burns, waiting hours for renders, making DVDs, spending hours for encoding, and then there’s the hassle of the process — having to continually hit pause on your DVD remote and write down the timecode they see on the screen.
Problem solved! Now, there’s QT Movie NoteTaker! This is a free, easy-to-use program from DVcreators.net that simplifies the process of taking movie notes. This application lets you load a QuickTime movie, then click a button to stop the movie, enters the movie time into your notes automatically, then waits for you to write a brief or lengthy comment.
You can load a series of movies and each movie will automatically have a header with the movie name, length, and a place to write overall comments. When you’re finished, click a button to save your notes as a text file, or another button to email your notes to someone.