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Digital Anarchy's Transcriptive

Transcription within PremierePro By Ko Maruyama

Digital Anarchy's newest offering is Transcriptive, a new extension/plugin for Adobe Premiere Pro does a bunch of things that you might expect.  Yes, of course, it transcribes.  It makes the creation of subtitles and closed captions very easy.  But one of the hidden gems of the plugin is that it creates a metadata component that you can edit with, moving through your timeline easily.

(Just give me the DEMO VERSION SO I CAN TRY IT: https://digitalanarchy.com/demos/transcriptive.html)

Transcriptive features the ability to call from different services to get multiple language transcriptions from your spoken word.

Using these automated transcriptions will help you edit more efficiently, create open and closed captions more easily, and may also lead to some untapped creative options for editors who don't have the luxury of actors/speakers who stick to the script.

I'll be checking out this new feature from Digital Anarchy in the weeks to come, and you can too - there's a demo available on the the website.  If you're in Amsterdam for IBC 2017, you can get a demo in the Speechmatics booth.  Speechmatics is one of the transcription services you can use from within the extension.  Speechmatics has a very high accuracy rate as well as a large list of languages that it can creation transcriptions from.

Check out this overview as well as a few very short tutorials on Digital Anarchy's Transcriptive for PremierePro.

Digital Anarchy(www.digitalanarchy.com)  announced Transcriptive, an automated, intelligent transcription plugin for Adobe® Premiere Pro® editors. Specifically designed to automatically transcribe video, Transcriptive uses multiple speech and natural language processing engines to achieve a 95% accuracy rate. This makes Transcriptive an incredibly powerful and cost effective solution to generate closed captions, sub-titles, and metadata for search engine optimization. Having all the speech in a video turned into text also allows editors to easily search the entire video for words and phrases.

Digital Anarchy will be demonstrating its new Transcriptive plugin at IBC 2017 in Amsterdam this month in the Speechmatics booth #C23 in Hall 8.

'Using Artificial Intelligence to automate transcriptions does for video editing what the printing press did for publishing,' said Jim Tierney, president of Digital Anarchy. 'Most transcription today is done manually; it's extremely time consuming and very expensive. Transcriptive's AI services generate accurate transcripts in minutes and for just pennies. In fact, you can transcribe 60 minutes of video in about 10 minutes for under $4.00, all without leaving Premiere Pro. It's a massive leap forward in post production.'

Transcriptive: How it Works
Transcriptive gives users the option to use two different speech engines to automatically and accurately transcribe video with much less human interaction. It features speaker identification, time code, text edit capabilities and other tools to make it a simple process for video editors and producers.

Its seamless integration with Adobe Premiere Pro allows users to stay within one program, eliminating the need to switch back and forth, wasting time and interrupting creative flow. Additionally, Transcriptive makes it possible to use transcription results to search video within Premiere Pro, enabling keyword searches for specific words or phrases spoken in videos. Transcriptive also includes an improved search panel that makes Search even easier and more reliable within Premiere Pro.

Once the transcriptions are complete, editors can either use them within Premiere or export them as .srt, .stl, or .vtt files for use in other applications, or online, for example, on YouTube for SEO/Sub-title purposes. You can also save the metadata with the video clip.

Key features of Transcriptive include:

  •  95% Accuracy (depending on which speech engine you use and cleanness of audio):
  • Search clips or sequence to find where on the timeline something was said.
  • Click anywhere in the transcript and jump immediately to that point on the timeline.
  •  Up to 16 hours of free transcribing per month: *
  • Script/Audio linking: import an existing transcript and Transcriptive will sync up the transcript and timecode
  • Total integration within Adobe Premiere Pro
  • Transcribe 18 different languages
  • Batch process multiple clips at once
  • Speaker Identification
  • Fast, automatic transcription, usually a fraction of time of the video.
  • Export as .srt, .stl, .vtt, .xml or to Premiere metadata to be used for in-application Search
  • Different modes for different workflows
  • Identify questions

*Customers using the Watson Speech Service without speaker identification receive 1000 free minutes per month. For more information on available speech services available for use with Transcriptive, please visit https://digitalanarchy.com/demos/transcriptive.html.  

Pricing and Availability
Transcriptive is available immediately and is priced at $299.00 USD. For more information, or to purchase Transcriptive, please visit https://digitalanarchy.com/demos/transcriptive.html.

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Ko Maruyama is a freelance animator in Los Angeles.  In addition to working on film and broadcast animations, Ko teaches at Pasadena's Art Center College of Design - focusing on motion design.  When working, writing or testing software allows, you can find him lending a hand in the After Effects board and lurking among the Cinema4D, Visual Effects and Photoshop posts within the DMNForums.
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