Tailoring your content for a global audience has never been easier with Trint’s quick, easy translation.
Colleague shared a file from overseas? No problem. Trint transcribes audio & video files from more than 30 languages, so even if you don’t speak the language, we do!
Once you have your transcription, Trint can quickly translate the text into more than 50 languages — so you can tailor content for a global audience in minutes.
Champion accessibility with our Caption Editor, which quickly turns transcripts into editable captions for videos in whatever language you like.
Instantly turn your audio into a written transcript for easy editing and reviewing.
Mark the key moments in your audio, so it’s easy for editors to find your favorite soundbites.
Play your original audio & video alongside your transcript to check accuracy and hear every word in context so you don’t lose any of the raw emotion or nuance.
Use the Trint Editor to mark the moments that matter, then organize clips into coherent, engaging stories by simply dragging and dropping the transcribed text into the order you want.
Store all your audio & video transcripts in one centralized library, then use the global search function to refresh your memory, check facts, or find clips for future episodes..
Once you’ve crafted your story, export it in a wide range of formats for final sound editing or sharing.
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.