Time is the enemy of every journalist, now more than ever. The news cycle is faster, events get publicized more quickly, and if the competition from other newsrooms wasn't bad enough - anyone can break a story on social media with a tap.
To stay in the game journalists need an edge, which is why many of the biggest newsrooms across the world are turning to Trint. Trint's AI-powered transcription converts audio or video files into text in minutes, so journalists can turn any interview or live event into a crafted narrative that can quickly be shared with the world.
Along with quick and accurate transcriptions at a click, Trint's range of intuitive editing tools is helping journalists craft stories faster than ever.
Key moments from multiple transcripts can be effortlessly pulled together with new headlines and text to create a story outline. Then by hitting play, everything will be read out in the revised order to verify quotes and hear the narrative come to life.
Shared Drives then allow colleagues to securely collaborate on transcripts and get stories signed-off sooner. All protected by ISO-certified security that ensures both sensitive material and a journalist's source are never at risk.
Trint is fluent in multiple dialects and can transcribe content from more than 40 languages. Then in an instant, translate the English text into more than 50 languages ready for a global audience.
To further aid accessibility, video captions can be created and edited from any transcribed file. Allowing content shared online to grab everyone's attention‚ even if they have their sound off.
From impactful videos that cut-through newsfeeds to soundbites that can be searched for, exported and uploaded to the web, Trint is helping journalists move beyond broadsheets and find faster ways to connect with their demographic.
Trint is a really exciting product and one everybody should be thinking about adopting in their newsrooms in one way or another.
- Emilio Garcia-Ruiz, Managing Editor at The Washington Post
"I've actually produced more content because I've got a longer amount of time to do it."
- James Brooks, Video Journalist at The Associated Press
"I don't endorse many products - but not many help journalists like Trint. Transcribes video. Load it up- sit back, jaw-dropping."
Al Tompkins, Senior Faculty at The Poynter Institute for Media Studies