New: Digital Anarchy Transcriptive 2.0, Limited Time Sale
Digital Anarchy has released Transcriptive 2.0, offering a new text editor, new Clip Mode with the ability to set in and out points, free offline alignment for existing transcripts, and much more! Plus, save 20% through the 23rd of November, 2019.
Transcribe Everything! Easily Search Footage & Create Captions
Transcriptive uses artificial intelligence and natural language processing to transcribe footage. This makes all that footage searchable and makes it easy to create captions or paper edits. It’ll help automate and accelerate your video workflow!
It’s an inexpensive, fast, and flexible way of turning all your audio into transcripts.
What’s new in Transcriptive 2.0?
Here’s a quick overview of the new features:
Multiple transcription options: Transcribe with Transcriptive-A.I. (0.12/min) or Speechmatics (0.06/min) with a single account. One account lets you use both services with no pre-payment necessary and everything priced in USD.
Clip Mode: You can transcribe/view transcripts for clips by selecting them in the Project panel. They no longer need to be in a sequence. This has been an oft-requested feature from those of you used to using the Source panel to edit. Now you can.
Editing video with text: One of the great things that Clip Mode opens up is editing your videos with text. You can search the transcript, set In/Out points in the transcript and insert the segment into your active sequence. It’s a whole new way of editing.
More info on Clip Mode and Editing with Text (4min)
Syncing Transcripts to Footage: You can import an existing text transcript and sync it up to your footage, giving every word timecode just like the A.I. transcripts. This is now done offline and it’s free. If you have text files of transcripts, scripts or caption files, just import them and sync them to your audio.
More Info on Syncing Existing Transcripts (3min)
New Text Editor: Editing text is now more like using a word processor. Just place your cursor where you want to edit and start typing. There are no longer two ‘modes’, so it’s much simpler. We found most users didn’t remember the keyboard shortcuts that would have made the ‘two mode’ method a fast way of working. So now it functions as a normal text editor. Of course, every word still has timecode attached to it.
More info on Text Editor (4min)
PowerSearch Bundled Free: Our panel just for searching the metadata is now bundled with Transcriptive for free. ($149 by itself) That allows you to search all the metadata in the project, producing search results similar to Google. You can click on the results and it’ll open the clip or sequence to the time of the search result. (This will ship a couple of weeks after Transcriptive 2.0)
So those are the major new features. There are a bunch of smaller improvements and bug fixes (e.g. there’s no longer any problem with long transcripts). We think it’s going to give you a whole new take on what you can do with transcripts in Premiere. If you weren’t convinced by all the user stories of editors having their workflows changed for the better with 1.0, just wait until you see Transcriptive 2.0!
Transcriptive will remain $299 for a perpetual license + $0.06-.12/min (depending on which A.I. service you use). Upgrades will be $149. Get 20% Off until Nov. 23rd, 2019!
If you purchased after October 1st, 2019, you are eligible for a free upgrade. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Posted by Kim Sternisha