When using Limecraft to identify subclips and assemble collections, sometimes referred to as creating sync pulls or 'text-based editing', you can export a script containing an overview of the selected excerpts of the contents with reference to the original clip, time codes and the speaker names.
Follow the easy steps below
- Step 1: Mark quotes as Subclips
- Step 2: Add Subclips to a Collection
- Step 3: Export the Collection as a Script
Step 1: Mark quotes as Subclips
Step 2: Add Subclips to a Collection
Assign the subclips to the collection; e.g. using assign button on the right bottom corner of the subclip.
More on assigning subclips to a collection in the article on text-based editing.
Step 3: Export the Collection as a Script
In the collection actions, select export, Clip Metadata (PDF).
Make the following selection: Include Logger Subclips, Include these columns: Clip Name, Media Start, Media End, Speakers, Transcript. You can include other columns as desired.
The resulting export gives you an overview of the selected excerpts with the references to the original clip, related speaker and the time code, as shown below.