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.
Exporting your transcript or audio from Sonix is easy. There are many formats you can choose with multiple options. You can also export sessions into your favorite editing software like Adobe Audition or Final Cut Pro. Check out the video below to see how exporting from Sonix works.
While our automated transcription algorithms are best in class, they aren’t always perfect. To quickly pinpoint problem areas in your Sonix transcript you can use our confidence thermometer to see how confident we are with every word that is transcribed. Watch the video below to see how confidence levels work in Sonix.
Sonix has a number of shortcut keys to help you speed up your workflow. Transcription editing is faster and easier when you can incorporate these keys. Check out the video to see where and how to use shortcut keys in Sonix.
Getting fast, accurate transcription is critical, but it’s really just the starting point for Sonix.
Once you’ve got your transcript, what if you could edit your spoken-word audio by editing the transcript? What if your edited transcript with timestamps and speakers could flow seamlessly into Adobe Audition?
Well, now they do!! Watch the video and see for yourself…
Think of Sonix as your front-end editor. It’s great for podcast & radio producers, and audio editors who want to work on the storyline while editing, highlighting, and striking the text. Once that file is in Adobe Audition, it’s super easier to pinpoint key quotes through search. Navigating a podcast or radio show in Adobe Audition has never been faster and simpler.
To see the other great features of the AudioText Editor™, check out our features page.