Tutorials for Transcriptive Rough Cutter

Transcriptive is like all Digital Anarchy plugins: Powerful but simple to use. We know you’re busy and don’t have a ton of time to spend reading manuals. Plugins should make your life easier! That said, sometimes it helps to watch a 10 minute tutorial or check the manual for more info. You can also always email tech support at cs@digitalanarchy.com for more help.



If you have an older version of Transcriptive, please check our Transcriptive 1.5 Youtube Playlist for video tutorials!

Transcriptive Manual

Download the Transcriptive PDF Manual! This will give you an overview of transcribing, the plugin parameters, how to register, and tips on trouble shooting (you can also go to the FAQ for that).

Transcriptive Rough Cutter: What's New and Quickstart

Transcriptive Rough Cutter Manual This is in beta and not completely finished yet.

Transcriptive 2.0 Manual

Transcriptive 2.0 Keyboard Shortcuts

Transcriptive 1.5 Manual

Transcriptive Rough Cutter - Editing video through text

Creating transcript-based rough-cuts in Premiere Pro or is now quick and easy! This ste-by-step tutorials shows how Transcriptive users can edit a transcript to automatically create a text-based sequence. The edits in the video will match the edits in the transcript, showing an instant rough cut. Video editors can also set in and out points on transcripts, insert selected soundbites into a timeline and quickly auto-generate a new transcript based on the edits.

Transcriptive Rough Cutter - Batch Transcribe Clips and Sequences

Transcriptive Rough Cutter for Premiere Pro users can now select any clip or sequence in the Project panel to be batch transcribed! This option makes making easy to transcribe multiple files or sequences at once, as soon as they’re imported into Premiere.

Transcriptive Rough Cutter - Single and Batch Alignment

Our latest Transcriptive upgrade Alignment allows Transcriptive Rough Cutter users to align one or multiple transcripts offline. Syncing existing transcripts is free and Transcriptive will assign timecode to each word in Premiere Pro. This video tutorial shows the process of syncing and alignment a single clip to a video or audio file. It also shows how this process is done if you want to process multiple files at once.

Transcriptive Rough Cutter: Premiere Panel and Web App differences

Learn how the Transcriptive Premiere Pro panel and Web App work together and as stand-alone applications in this video tutorial! We also go over the differences in pricing.

Transcriptive Rough Cutter for Premiere Pro and Transcriptive.com are designed to harness collaboration and text-based video editing. The integration with Premiere Pro and each other allows Adobe users to create collaborative, transcript-based rough cuts in Premiere Pro and quickly share transcripts online.

Learn more about the Web App or Create an account for a Free Trial!

Transcriptive Rough Cutter: Sharing between Premiere and Web App

Transcriptive Rough Cutter goes beyond automated transcription. You can now collaborate with clients, teammates, and video editors in Premiere or online!

This video explains how Transcriptive users can share their work with other Premiere editors or take advantage of Transcriptive.com to collaborate with teammates and clients working outside of the Adobe app to assemble collaborative rough cuts in no time.

Learn more about the Web App or Create an account for a Free Trial!

Transcriptive 2.0: Trials and Licensing

Converting audio into text is quick and easy with Transcriptive, but before you can start transcribing, you will need to create an account at Transcriptive.com. Here we explain what you need to do to install Transcriptive, create an account,set up a full or trial license.

Transcriptive 2.0: Linking a Transcriptive for Premiere Pro serial number to a Transcriptive.com account

In this tutorial we show the steps to link your Transcriptive.com account to your serial number for Transcriptive for Premiere Pro. By doing this, you can sign up for the Transcriptive.com web service "Producer Monthly" plan for only $8/mo or "Producer Early" plan for $96/year.

"Producer" plans allow users to share transcripts from Premiere Pro to Transcriptive.com, making it possible for editors, assistant editors, producers and clients to review and edit the shared transcripts from a web browser. Once edited, transcripts can be sent back to Premiere Pro easily. It's a great way to collaborate, add comments and strikethrough to the text and, you know, let someone else edit the transcript!

Transcriptive 2.0: Transcribing Clips and Sequences

Transcriptive uses artificial intelligence and natural language processing to transcribe footage. Learn how to transcribe a clip or sequence, and batch transcribe multiple clips in Transcriptive 2.0.

Transcriptive 2.0: Purchasing Pre-Paid Minutes

Buying prepaid minutes will reduce your transcription costs from $0.08/min to $0.04/min. In this video we go over all the steps to learn how to purchase pre-paid minutes, which saves 50% on transcribing costs.

Choose between $150 and $500 packages from your Transcriptive for Premiere Pro panel or web app account and start transcribing!

Transcriptive 2.0: Editing Transcript Text

Transcriptive’s new built-in text editor works like a Word processor: if you find a mistake, simply type your changes without having to enter Edit Mode to make the corrections. This video tutorial goes over the new text editor functionalities and keyboard keystrokes available to help you edit transcripts faster.

Transcriptive 2.0: Clip Mode

Learn how to transcribe individual clips and use our new Clip Mode to edit video through text. Clip Mode makes it possible for users to set in/out points on their transcripts and quickly insert selected sound bites into a sequence.

Transcriptive 2.0: Multicam and Merged Clips

Multicam sources can now be transcribed in Clip Mode, allowing users to click on a Multicam source in the project window and use the transcript to find the sections they want to add to a sequence. Merged clips work the same way, and can also be transcribed in Clip Mode. The transcript will be saved to that merged clip in that project, and the transcript will load when you open that merged clip with Clip Mode on.

Transcriptive 2.0: Captions and Subtitles

Learn how to use your transcriptions to create captions and subtitles in Premiere Pro! In this video tutorial, we go over the exporting formats available in Transcriptive, explain how to add the captions file to your timeline and show you how to customize the text appearance.

For more customized captions, check out our Free After Effects SRT Importer. It allows AE users to easily import subtitles or captions, customize them and add graphic treatments.

Transcriptive 2.0: Sharing Between Users from Premiere Pro to Transcriptive.com

Sharing is easy and allows you to send the video and transcript to a colleague or client. They can then edit it and send it back to you.

In this video tutorial we show all the details of how you can share transcripts between the Transcriptive for Premiere Pro and Transcriptive.com to your own account (if you or an AE wants to use a web browser to edit your transcript) or to another Transcriptive user.

Transcriptive 2.0: Syncing Existing Transcripts

In this tutorial, we go over everything you need to know to sync existing transcripts to a clip or sequence.

Offline alignment is now available for English transcripts at no charge. Text in other languages will require internet conection to be synced and cost $0.04/min with Transcriptive Speechmatics.

Importing an SRT file into Premiere Pro 2020 & 2021 (New Caption System!)

Getting an SRT file into Premiere is easy! But, it is not so easy to get it to display correctly.

In this tutorial we go over importing an SRT file into Premiere Pro correctly and then formatting the subtitles/captions. We demonstrate the process in both Premiere Pro 2020 and Premiere 2021 (which is currently in beta).

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