Levelled up Trint Punctuation

You may have noticed a bit of ? and a smattering of ! in your transcripts. That's because we layered Advanced Punctuation into our transcription algorithm. What does this do exactly? Glad you asked:

Commas, question marks & exclamation marks are automatically added to Trints
• Overall accuracy of periods and capitalization is improved
• Applied to English 🇺🇸/🇬🇧, French🇫🇷, German 🇩🇪 and Spanish 🇪🇸

It's all about faster understanding, and less editing. Get in touch with feedback.

CSV export format just added

A lot of Trint users pick out key themes or moments in the Editor and then pack them up into spreadsheets or qualitative analysis tools (Nvivo, MaxQDA, Treejack) for deeper dives.

To make this kind of workflow easier, we made it possible to export in CSV format. You can export from the ‘Your Trints’ page (in bulk, too!) or direct from the Editor:

Before downloading, you can choose exporting highlights or comments from the Trint.

Choosing highlights will populate the following in the CSV:

  • Highlight colour

  • The words highlighted

  • In and out time codes

  • Duration

  • Speaker

Choosing comments will populate the following in the CSV:

  • The comment itself

  • User who commented, and any other comments over the same chunk of text

  • The text associated with the comment

  • If the comment is resolved or open

  • In and out time codes

  • Duration

Give it a shot and let us know how you do - we’re always here for questions.

New keyboard shortcuts to change playback speed and Verify

We know some of you love a keyboard shortcut, so we've added a couple more.

  1. To toggle toggle whether a paragraph is verified: control alt v (⌃⌥v)

  2. Playback speeds: control alt 1-0 (⌃⌥ 1-0).

These are all in addition to the our existing keyboard shortcuts, which you can see by pressing "Shortcuts" in the bottom right of the Editor.

Give them a go! What else would you like to have keyboard shortcuts for?

Two new subtitle exports: Avid DS and Spruce

We've just released two new export formats to help you in your onward work:

  • Avid DS Subtitles (.txt): Subtitles for use with Avid Media Composer and other software

  • Spruce STL Subtitles (.stl): Spruce subtitling format, for use in a variety of platforms, including Netflix, Subtitle Edit, Adobe Products

In the Trint Editor, go to Export in the top right hand corner and select your export format:

Please check out our article on Exports if you have any further questions, or get in touch using the Support bubble in the bottom right.

Easier to see Verified bar

We've made a minor improvement to the Verified bar, making it thicker when you've verified a paragraph:

It's now quicker to glance at and see a size difference as well as the color. As a reminder, you can now drive some really exciting onward workflows when combined with our Zapier verified action.

Get notified when a Trint is fully verified

We added off-the-shelf functionality in Zapier that allows you to get notified, or build other workflows, when all paragraphs in a Trint are verified (more on Verify here).  

When setting up a Zap, Verified Transcript is now available:

This allows you to automate notifications, share with your team or export all within your favorite apps.

We set up a Zap template which sends a message in Slack when the Trint is verified, to show what it can do. Feel free to use this one, or build others for your workflow.

For more guidance about how to get going, please check out this article.

Transcribe in 14 more languages on Trint

Announcing transcription in 14 new languages. Now you can find the moments that matter on every continent.

Trint now supports:

  • Chinese Mandarin 🇨🇳

  • Hindi 🇮🇳

  • Japanese 🇯🇵

  • Korean 🇰🇷

  • Norwegian 🇳🇴

  • Catalan

  • Greek 🇬🇷

  • Bulgarian 🇧🇬

  • Czech 🇨🇿

  • Croatian 🇭🇷

  • Lithuanian 🇱🇹

  • Latvian 🇱🇻

  • Slovakian 🇸🇰

  • Slovenian 🇸🇮

People are saying interesting things all over the world. Capture them with Trint.

Call Recording on your iPhone now available

We recently released functionality on Trint’s iOS app to allow you to easily record, upload and transcribe all your calls in one place. Whether in the office or on the go, there’s no need for additional apps, recording devices or extra cables to record your phone conversations for transcription.

The process is easy: just dial the number, get consent to record, and tap the record button.

Once you hang up, the call is auto-saved in the cloud and available in your Trint account. It doesn’t matter if you’re on the move, you’ll never need to worry about saving the file.

You do require an internet connection to make use of this functionality. Call credit can be purchased in-app.

Download the app from the Apple App Store for free.

English Transcription Accuracy Improved 💬

We just released improvements to our English algorithm to increase transcription accuracy. Going forward there’s no need to select the accent of the speaker when uploading files to Trint.

Additionally, you’ll have the option of selecting either American 🇺🇸 or British 🇬🇧 spellings in the language drop down menu when uploading files. While the choice of accents is removed, we understand that selecting a spelling convention is a more meaningful time-saver.

We've automatically moved you over to the new options, so there's no need to do anything.

Work together on Trint with multi-user editing

Find and share the moments that matter with multi-user editing, now available for Enterprise accounts.

Unlock more value with collaborative editing on the world's most powerful platform for the spoken word:

  • Edits are visible to colleagues as they happen

  • Comments let you build ideas and amplify creativity

  • Multicolor Highlights show collaborators the most important parts of a transcript

Want to see how it all works? Learn more

Ready to start an Enterprise account? Drop us a message via chat.

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