Introduction to Sonix: How to use Sonix
How to upload a file to Sonix
Uploading a file to Sonix is fast and easy. Sonix accepts multiple file formats (including mp4, mov, wav, and mp3). You can also upload multi-track audio files as well as your own transcript and we will align the audio to the text for you. Crystal will show you how easy it is!
How to edit a transcript
The Sonix editor is a powerful word processor that's built into your browser where the audio is stitched to the text. Crystal walks you through the six key features of our editor: Create a new speaker, find and replace, highlighting & strikethrough, realign timecodes, preferences, and shortcut keys.
How to share a transcript
You might want to share it with co-workers, friends, or publish online. If you want to select just a short clip of the transcript, you can do that too. Let Crystal show you how easy it is to share with Sonix.
How to export a transcript
You might want the text moved into other programs as part of your workflow. Crystal shows you the many export formats that are available from the Sonix editor. Export to Word, PDF, SRT & VTT subtitles, and dozens of other options and integrations.
How to organize your files in Sonix
For heavy users of Sonix, we've made organizing your files simple and as painless. Crystal will show you how easy it is to move your audio/video transcripts into folders and manage sharing permissions.
How to create customized subtitles in Sonix
Make your videos more accessible with on-brand subtitles. Crystal shows you how easy and simple subtitle editing is with Sonix.
How to create clips from your Sonix transcript
Sometimes you don't want to share the entire transcript with co-workers or friends. Crystal shows you how to create short sharable clips from your transcript.