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SpeedScriber 2.4.2 released

We’re pleased to announce that SpeedScriber 2.4.2 is now available. This update features important changes to allow compatibility with Final Cut Pro 10.4.9 and later: Roundtripping workflow for compound/multicam/sync clips now uses clip name and event name to link items together. After sending a clip to SpeedScriber, you should not change the clip name or […]

SpeedScriber 2.4 released

We’re pleased to announce that SpeedScriber 2.4 is now available. This update features the following changes: Improved spelling for Australian and British English. Fixed played words showing as unplayed if transcript is scrolled elsewhere then back to original location. Some XDCAM EX files that are incompatible with macOS (even with Apple Pro Codecs installed) are […]

SpeedScriber 2.3.11 released

We’re pleased to announce that SpeedScriber 2.3.11 is now available. This update features the following changes: Additional fix for incorrect word range being shown in bold on favorite sections if sentence-level timestamps are shown when exporting to Word. Improvements to word editing. Fixed media file relinking not checking for matched channel layouts on audio only […]

SpeedScriber 2.3.10 released

We’re pleased to announce that SpeedScriber 2.3.10 is now available. This update features the following changes: Fix for incorrect word range being shown in bold on favorite sections if sentence-level timestamps are shown when exporting to Word. Fix for incorrect word selection when clicking a later word to exit editing. Added missing error messages when […]

Customer Stories: Chris Sinclair of Outskirt Films in Dallas

Chris Sinclair is a photojournalist turned an all-round filmmaker through his company, Outskirt Films. He’s been using SpeedScriber since October 2016 and speaks with SpeedScriber designer and developer, Martin Baker. MartinIt’s always a pleasure to talk with customers so thanks for joining me Chris. ChrisNo problem, thanks for making the software! MartinSo how did you […]