Transcriptive is like all Digital Anarchy plugins: Powerful but simple to use. We know you’re busy and don’t have a ton of time to spend reading manuals. Plugins should make your life easier! That said, sometimes it helps to watch a 10 minute tutorial or check the manual for more info. You can also always email tech support at email@example.com for more help.
You can download the Transcriptive Keyboard Shortcut List PDF Manual . It’ll give you all the quick keyboard shortcuts to make editing the transcript even easier! We highly recommend downloading this, and having it on hand until you memorize the quick keys that will help your workflow.
A quick video going over the process of how to get started with Transcriptive. After the download, it's a simple install wizard. Then you're ready for the video (setting up the speech engines) below!
In order to get a transcript returned you need to register with either of the two speech engines we use. In these tutorials we'll go through the steps of setting up your account with Speechmatics and/or IBM's Watson.
This is a required step for you to start calling for transcripts. Transcriptive has partnered up with these Speech Engines for the transcribing process, and although you can upload your own transcripts, to get the full functionality of Transcriptive, we recommend setting up a Speech Engine.
In this tutorial we go over how to request a transcript for an active Sequence and how to use the "Batch" transcription method to request transcripts for multiple files at once.
We cover how to do basic text editing in the Transcriptive panel, keyboard shortcuts we've added to make your edits faster, as well as how to undo mistakes and edit speaker identification. Download a copy of the Keyboard Shortcuts manual HERE.
Caption and Subtitle formats come in many different forms. In this video we explain what each file type is used for, their pros and cons, as well as their uses in Transcriptive and Premiere.
How to take an existing unedited transcript and conform it to the edits made within a sequence. Automatically editing the transcript based on the edits. This covers batch transcribing, loading a transcript and other functions.
This blog post gives you some great insight into how you can transcribe a multicam sequence. Currently, it's not the smoothest of roads, and doesn't really work all too well in Transcriptive, but here's a great workaround until we find a solution.
In this tutorial we show how to use YouTube to get transcripts/captions for free and bring them into Premiere for use with Transcriptive. This is an easy way of getting accurate transcripts that can be edited and searched right within Premiere Pro.
YouTube is a great way of converting your dialog to text. It's one of the most accurate speech-to-text algorithms and it's free. It works great with Premiere Pro and Transcriptive and this tutorial shows you how to make the most of the captions YouTube gives you.