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    Julia

    Hi Mike,

    I'm glad that you've posted about this, and I can recommend an option for exporting your file from Trint that I think could fit this purpose pretty well! If you choose to export the entire transcript, and then select "Interactive Transcript" from among the options a zipped folder will download to your device.

    In this folder are CSS, Javascript, and HTML files necessary for a functional (though maybe not so pretty) version of your transcript that plays like it does in the Trint editor - with the audio stitched to the text and vice-versa!

    I would recommend downloading a Trint in this format and playing around with it; if you change the CSS to fit the style of your site it should fit right in! If you run into any issues, reach out to us at support@trint.com at any time.

    - Julia

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    Mike Herchel

    Right now, I have to export to MS Word, and then copy-paste into my text editor and then do search and replaces. It sucks.

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    Mike Herchel

    Hey Julia, Thanks for the prompt reply. That option exports some pretty hefty HTML that requires JavaScript to play. If you look at my request, I'd like some pretty basic HMTL without loads of spans, JavaScript interactivity, etc. Just some basic divs with classnames would be fantastic. Thanks,

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    Connor

    Hi Mike,

    Thanks for taking the time to contact Trint about this feature request. I'll send this on to our product development team, and it will help them prioritise how we develop the product in the future. 

    Keep an eye on our Product Development Page so that you can see what we've been working on:

    https://support.trint.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/360000285925-Trint-s-Product-Development

     

    All the best,

     

    Connor

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