Subtitling Add-In for Microsoft PowerPoint (STAMP) now supports Office 2013 and later

The Subtitling Add-In for Microsoft PowerPoint (STAMP) has just been updated to version 1.6 and now supports Microsoft PowerPoint 2010, 2013 and later.

About STAMP:

Users can add closed captions to video and audio files included in their presentations, making them accessible for people with hearing disabilities. And did you know… Once a video embedded in a ppt file is captioned the resulting ppt file can be exported as an .mp4 or .wmv to playback as a standalone video with your captions.


  • Microsoft Office 2010, 2013 and later supported
  • Included caption editor for users to enter subtitles directly into PPT
  • Allows users to import and export (subset of) Timed Text Markup Language (TTML) files
  • Subtitles can also be used for localizing in different languages, training and many other uses.
  • Caption formatting: font colour and background colour
  • Caption alignment: text within the captions and caption physical location
  • Captions created as PowerPoint elements so anyone can view your presentation

To download, visit the Subtitling Add-In for Microsoft PowerPoint (STAMP) website on Sourceforge.