Review: Digital Anarchy’s Transcriptive Rough Cutter | postPerspective
Brady Betzel with postPerspective took Digital Anarchy’s Transcriptive Rough Cutter for Premiere Pro for a spin. As an Avid Editor, he wondered if it held up against Avid’s ScriptSync and PhraseFind. Read an excerpt from his review below and click the link to the full article.
Review: Digital Anarchy’s Transcriptive Rough Cutter
Digital Anarchy’s Transcriptive Rough Cutter Adobe Premiere Pro extension and web app are great ways to get script-based editing into Premiere Pro. If you are an Avid ScriptSync expert, Rough Cutter works in a similar way but comes at script-based editing from a different angle….
…If you are an old Avid editor like me, and you really like working in Avid’s ScriptSync and PhraseFind, then Digital Anarchy’s Transcriptive Rough Cutter and PowerSearch are a great alternatives that help bridge the gap in transcript-based editing inside of Premiere Pro. In fact, I started to like the way Transcriptive works a little better.
About Brady Betzel
Brady Betzel is an Emmy-nominated online editor at Margarita Mix in Hollywood, working on shows like Life Below Zero and Uninterrupted: The Shop . He is also a member of the Producers Guild of America.
Transforming Transcription, Search & Video Editing
Creating transcript-based rough-cuts in Premiere Pro and online is now easier than ever. Transcriptive Rough Cutter for Premiere, the PowerSearch metadata search engine and Transcriptive Web App are designed to harness text-based video editing. Their integration with Premiere Pro and each other allows Adobe users to create collaborative, transcript-based rough cuts in Premiere Pro and quickly share transcripts online. By using either the Rough Cut or Selects workflow, Transcriptive Rough Cutter provides two powerful ways of creating transcript-based rough cuts in Premiere.
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