Once your file has been transcribed, you can playback the audio or video and edit words as you go along. Check out our support article on playback to learn more.

You might find the verifying paragraphs feature useful when correcting transcripts. Simply check the box on the right-hand side of each paragraph to remind yourself, or show others, that section is verified.

You can view your progress at the bottom of the transcript.

Editing options

We’ve provided some information below to help you understand the options you have when editing transcripts and links to find out more.

Find and replace

Find and replace one or all instances of a word or phrase in a transcript. Useful, when editing, if a word is repeatedly mis-transcribed.

Undo

This reverses the previous action.

Redo

This reverses the previous undo.

Highlight

Highlight a portion of text. You can choose the colour here too.

Strike

Strike through a portion of the transcript that you want to skip over during playback.

Add marker

Markers make it easy for you to tag points of interest in the text for future reference. They also make it easy to see the timecode for that point in the text.

Comment

Lets you add a comment to your selected section of text. You can also tag team members in comments.

Add to Vocab

Lets you add words to Vocab Builder. This extends the Trint dictionary so that these words will be picked up next time you transcribe a file.

Translate

Allows you to translate your transcription. For a list of supported languages please see the Languages article.

Add to Story

Adds a selected or highlighted portion of text to your chosen Story. For more information about the Story feature please see the Story article.

Side-by-side

Splits the view and allows you to have two files side-by-side.

Export

Opens the sidebar menu with exporting options.

Create caption

Allows you to create a Caption file from your Trint. Please note that this function creates a separate file and any changes in the original Trint will not reflect in the Caption file, and vice versa.

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