SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Digital Anarchy (www.digitalanarchy.com) has announced Transcriptive, an automated, intelligent transcription plug-in for Adobe Premiere Pro editors, at NAB 2017 in Las Vegas.
Specifically designed to automatically transcribe video, Transcriptive uses multiple speech and natural language processing engines to achieve a 96 percent accuracy rate. This makes Transcriptive a cost-effective solution to generate closed captions, subtitles, metadata for search engine optimization and many other audio-to-text requirements that editors deal with every day.
Transcriptive is in final stages of beta testing and will be released early summer 2017. Transcriptive will be priced at $249; however, customers can pre-order immediately for $199 at https://digitalanarchy.com/demos/transcriptive.html.
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 as metadata within Premiere Pro, enabling keyword searches for specific words or phrases spoken in a video. 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). Users can also save the metadata with the video clip.