Export Markers into CSV

There's a new way to export moments that matter in CSV to help your onward work, understanding and analysis.

In addition to the other new formats, you can also export the markers in your transcript.

When you export the CSV file you'll get the exact timecode of the marker, like this:

More to follow...

Arabic (ΨΉΨ±Ψ¨Ω‰) transcription now live in beta!

Arabic transcription is released and now in beta. There are still improvements to come but you can now upload and transcribe audio or video files in Arabic.

Once transcribed, you'll have all the full suite of Trint tools available, including Highlights, Verify, Comments and Markers:

We're looking to make this better - please get in touch with feedback at product@trint.com, it will really help!

You can now auto-pause playback when typing

After a lot of feedback from users we released a way to automatically pause audio playback when you start typing in a Trint. This will make editing and polishing simpler, and you won't lose your place.

Just go to Settings - either from the Editor or from your account settings in the My Trints page - and update your preferences to switch on or off.

As always, drop us a note with any feedback.

New languages & language improvements! πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡·πŸ‡²πŸ‡ΎπŸ‡³πŸ‡±πŸ‡©πŸ‡°

Good news - we launched new transcription languages today so you can now capture:

  • Turkish 🇹🇷

  • Malaysian 🇲🇾

For those of you transcribing in Dutch 🇳🇱or Danish 🇩🇰 we also release improvements in accuracy and the quality of punctuation, including capitalization, so you should see better performance.

Please let us know how you find the the performance in these languages - we'd love your feedback.

Markers now appear in transcript text

Any markers you drop - whether that's on the mobile iOS app on desktop - will now appear directly on your Trint transcript, along with the time code.

Here's what it looks like in your transcript:

This makes it easier to find and track key moments, and use the time coded snippets for your onward work.

Easy-to-view highlight duration

This week we added a new feature in the Editor that lets you see the total duration of highlighted moments in your transcript, as well as how much each highlighted color represents in the transcript.

Here's what it looks like in the Editor:

The ranking makes it easy to see which colors represent the biggest part of the transcript.

Let us know what you think.

Now align embedded timecodes automatically!

With the launch of automatic timecode alignment, whenever you upload a video with an embedded timecode it will be extracted and reflected in the Timecode modal at the bottom of your Trint:

The timecode alignment is supported for the following frame rates:

  • 24 FPS

  • 25 FPS

  • 29.97 FPS

  • 30 FPS

  • 60 FPS

If Trint finds multiple embedded time codes, none will be extracted. Currently drop-frame timecodes are not supported.

We're always here for feedback or questions - let us know.

Get even more out of CSV Exports

You may have seen that we added CSV files as an export format not long ago, which included either exporting highlights or exporting comments. Well, we just added one more: the entire transcript as a CSV file.

Just go to the Export tab on the Trints page, select CSV at the bottom and click on 'Entire Transcript':

What comes out on the other side?

Each cell contains one paragraph from your Trint transcript, and includes the time codes, duration, content, speaker, and verification status. Check it out:

This should help drive some further work down the line - let us know if you use it and how you like it.

Thank you.

Simplified organization with Sorting

We recently released an update on Trint pages that allow you to sort your Trints and folders.

Simply click on one of the column headers to organize by that value. Below, we're sorting by name:

All of the column headers can be sorted in ascending or descending order: Name, Status, Upload member and Date, Last Edit and Duration, so you lay out your work, and find what you need, however makes sense for you.

You can now sort on any Trint page, including Your Trints, Recent Trints, Shared with You and for our Pro Team and Enterprise customers, Workspaces. Please note, folders will always appear at the top.

We hope this helps! Let us know if you have feedback or comments.

More visibility (and collaboration) in Verify

We know how important transcript accuracy is, so we're releasing some significant upgrades to the Verified ✅box to give you and your collaborators more information.

We're introducing a new state: Edited. This is when paragraphs have been edited, but have never been marked as Verified. Here's a rundown of the four states: 

You can now clearly see the status of your work and immediately find which parts still need attention.

There's also big changes for collaborators with a Pro Team, Team or Enterprise account: you can now see who made the last edit.

And remember, you can mark a paragraph as correct using the keyboard shortcut control-alt-v.

We'll roll these changes out over the next couple of hours, so keep an eye out and tell us your thoughts.

Happy Trinting!

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