Earlier this year we released the world’s first AudioText Editor™ which synchronized the text and the audio when you play back a recording. If you click on any part of the transcript, the audio will jump right to that place so you can quickly edit the transcript. And by editing the transcript, you are actually editing the audio. That was revolutionary for audio…but what about video?
Well it works for video too. You can now edit video by editing text!
If you work with spoken-word video and use Adobe Premiere, this is going to save you a lot of time.
What if you could get a transcript for your video in a few minutes and have those transcripts appear in Adobe Premiere? What if you could edit the video by editing the transcript?
Sonix has built the world’s first AudioText Editor™ to make this possible…
Upload a video to Sonix and you’ll get a full transcript in minutes. You can then edit your video by editing text. That’s right, you can edit video by editing text.
You can mark key parts in your transcript and have those corresponding clips (and the text) available in Adobe Premiere. And search also becomes faster and easier. Quickly search for parts of the video by searching for key words.
Here’s a video that shows how Sonix works with Adobe Premiere. Enjoy!
If you are looking for more polished subtitles and captions for your videos, Sonix can help. Sonix’s proprietary algorithms drive more accurate transcriptions than YouTube. Not only that, the transcript includes full sentences with periods and capital letters.
Check out this video to see how you can easily create subtitles and captions in YouTube:
Uploading a file to Sonix is fast and easy. You can upload files by dragging & dropping them into Sonix, selecting them from your desktop, or selecting them from Dropbox or Google Drive. Check out this video to see how to upload a file to Sonix.
You can upload multiple files at the same time to Sonix. These files can be uploaded from your desktop, Dropbox, or Google Drive. Check out the video below to see how to upload multiple files at the same time to Sonix.
Adding a new speaker to your transcript is simple. Just click on the transcript where a new speaker starts speaking and hit enter. Sonix will create a new paragraph with an associated timestamp. And you can easily update the speaker name that accompanies that text. Check out the video to see how to add a new speaker in Sonix.
If you have a word or phrase that occurs throughout your transcript and you want to change them all at the same time, you can do that with Find & Replace. Check out the video below to see how Find & Replace works in Sonix.