Trint’s AI transcription quickly converts your audio & video files to text, making them as editable, searchable and collaborative as a doc. Turn raw files into meaningful content faster than ever.
Whether you’re at an event, doing an interview, or capturing video for social media, Trint helps you share your story with the world.
Transcribe any audio or video files, or capture content live. Pull key quotes from transcripts to craft your narrative; hit play to verify quotes and hear your narrative come to life.
Easy-to-use tools like tags, highlights and comments make teamwork simple. Craft your story together seamlessly, and share with colleagues to make sign-offs quick and easy.
Trint can transcribe content in more than 30 languages — and translate it into more than 50 — so you can tailor content for a global audience in minutes.
Generate and edit closed captions for all your video content in an instant, improving reach and ensuring it’s inclusive and accessible for everyone in your audience.
Securely store all your content in one place and use Trint’s powerful search functionality to find the moments that matter, and repurpose content again and again.
Ensure your content is protected with Trint’s ISO-certified security. Easily manage users’ permission levels and use version history to ensure peace of mind when editing your content.
Typically an interview will take 20 or 30 minutes, and we’re going to use a minute of sound, so Trint helps us quickly find those snippets.
I've actually produced more content because I've got a longer amount of time to do it.
I don't endorse many products - but not many help journalists like Trint. Transcribes video. Load it up- sit back, jaw-dropping.
Trint helps my remote podcast team collaborate easily and effectively. We can access transcripts of interviews, highlight and comment, and we work together on making our scripts.
For the podcast, Trint really is indispensable for our workflow.
Trint is a really exciting product and one everybody should be thinking about adopting in their newsrooms in one way or another.