OnCue allows users to manage, edit, and present other types multimedia files, such as video and audio clips.
These are video and audio files that are NOT in the category of synchronized transcripts, rather stand-alone media clips.
Note: you are limited to any codecs and media playback tools that you have installed on your machine. OnCue itself does not contain any codecs, but uses the tools that Windows has available on your machine. The general rule is that if it plays in Windows Media Player on your machine, it should play in OnCue.
OnCue accepts the following file video formats:
WMV (Windows Media Video)
OnCue accepts the following file audio formats:
WMA (Windows Media Audio)