Avi5 can be customised to support whatever filetypes you prefer to work with. That means no copy–pasting between Avi5 and the other applications you use.
Why is copy and paste a problem?
Copy and paste was invented in 1974 and still has its uses, but there are better ways of saving time—especially in translation management.
- Copy–pasting from translated content makes it almost impossible to check for errors, such as dropped characters and text inserted in the wrong place.
- Copy–pasting between applications regularly results in formatting errors that take time to fix.
- Time spent copy–pasting adds up—and more so at scale.