TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Before you begin
- Mark quotes
- Creating subclips
- Assigning subclips to a collection
- Grouping subclips in a collection ('paper edit')
Before you begin
Before you can use transcription for pre-cutting, we assume you have access to a valid account and that you have access to material that has been transcribed. If not, please refer to the sections on how to subscribe for an account, how to upload material and how to create a transcript.
If you want to use the transcript to mark up interesting parts and create quotes, make sure the transcript is in VIEW mode and enter the Logging app via the SUBCLIPS button in the navigation bar on top:
The interface now contains a player at the left, the subclips sidebar at the right and the transcript in the middle:
Note: The player controls and the subclips sidebar are explained in detail here. This article is about using the transcript text to create subclips.
The interface now contains a player at the left, the subclips sidebar at the right and the transcript in the middle.
Note: The player controls and the subclips sidebar are explained in detail here.
Creating a new subclip using the transcript is as easy as marking the text in the transcript, and then clicking the ‘add subclip’ button.
1. Select the text in your transcript:
2. Click the “ADD SUBCLIP” button
3. The timing is filled in automatically, and the quote is included. You can add a description with tags and mentions as usual.
Assigning subclips to a collection
In the library, hover over a clip and click the ‘Assign to collection’ button. It might be hidden in the menu as shown below, depending on the setup of your production:
A dialog appears listing all your collections. Start typing the name of the collection you want to assign the clip to (or the name of a new collection if you want to create one). Once you picked a collection, click ‘Save’ to confirm. Your clip is now part of the collection.
Note: a clip can be in multiple collections at the same time.