Simon Says Brings AI Transcription to DaVinci Resolve
Simon Says, providers of an artificial intelligence-based transcription, captioning, and translation platform for video professionals, integrates with Blackmagic's DaVinci Resolve for macOS. Users can find meaningful dialogue, in any language, and receive frame-accurate video transcript as ranged markers, color coded by speaker, then caption timelines and even align translated subtitles once the edit is complete, all with a few clicks from DaVinci Resolve.
"Today, Simon Says became the first company to support AI transcription in Resolve," said Shamir Allibhai, founder and CEO of Simon Says, in a statement. "DaVinci Resolve is one of the most exciting non-linear editors on the scene today. Blackmagic Design has a growing, passionate user base, in part because of its unique strategy to sell great cameras with tightly coupled software add-ons, and also because it offers a high-end video editing application for free. These users have been asking us to integrate our software with DaVinci Resolve, and we're so happy to deliver it."
Now, video editors will be able to transcribe rushes, dailies, and raw footage from DaVinci Resolve, then receive and attach markers to clips. At the end of their edits, users can instantly subtitle and caption their content. In addition to transcribing video, Simon Says can caption video edits and translate subtitles into 100 languages.
Simon Says' extension for Adobe Premiere Pro lets users transcribe, translate, and caption media in 100 languages.
Simon Says On Prem lets users transcribe and caption sensitive audio/video with AI on location, not in the cloud.