Update: Digital Anarchy Transcriptive 2.0.5
Transcriptive is a tool for transcribing dialog from your videos. With it, you can easily search through your footage and create captions. It’s an inexpensive, fast, and flexible way of turning all your audio into transcripts.
What’s new in version 2.0.5?
The Transcriptive 2.0.5 update fixes some critical bugs and adds PowerSearch 2.0, a more powerful and faster version of their metadata search tool. Also, this NEW version Transcriptive works with Adobe Premiere Pro CC version 14.0.2.
PowerSearch 1.0 was decently fast but could be slow on larger projects. Our next release makes use of a powerful SQL database to make PowerSearch an order of magnitude faster. The key to PowerSearch is that it indexes an entire Premiere Pro project, much like Google indexes websites, to optimize search performance. An index of hundreds of videos that used to take 10-12 hours to create is now indexed in less than an hour and the same database makes searching all that data significantly faster. Another advantage is the ability to use common search symbols, such as minus signs and quotes, for more precise, accurate searching. For editors with hundreds of hours of video, this can help narrow down searches from hundreds of results to a few dozen.
Easy, Accurate Automatic Transcribing
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.
Find everything, anywhere. A search engine for Premiere Pro.
PowerSearch is a powerful metadata search tool that integrates directly with Adobe Premiere Pro and opens as a panel. This intelligent new search capability enables editors to quickly scour an entire project for metadata and instantly locate specific clips and sequences based on those keyword searches, enabling streamlined video editing.
Posted by Michele Yamazaki