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Available now in Premiere Pro Beta: Use keyboard shortcuts to navigate transcripts in the Text panel so you can find pauses and navigate your sequence using keyboard shortcuts. This means that when you transcribe your sequence at the beginning of a project, you can now scan the transcript to find moments of interest, bad takes, good quotes, and long pauses.
I think this is the core thing that needs to happen, because it sets the foundation for logging an interview by letting us associate a transcript to a source clip. I noticed the sequence name is currently placed in the top-right corner of the Text panel, that seems like a great place for a drop-down to navigate between all transcripts in your project!
As mentioned, transcript in/outs only mark their Program panel equivalents. At the end of the day, I personally see more value in being able to highlight a transcription range, set Source panel in/outs, and add my selection to a sequence. Still, some folks might find the current functionality useful with sequence transcriptions, hence the toggle suggestion.
To drive it all home, we just need a way to get our marked In/Out ranges on transcripts into a target sequence. I saw the Lift/Extract keyboard shortcuts worked in the Text panel, so Insert/Overwrite very well may indeed - but if source clip transcripts are handled differently, that might change. Ultimately, the raw power of this function is being able to bring a selection into a sequence without ever having to leave the Text panel.
A final, very nit-picky suggestion: I'd love to see Mark In/Out shortcut keys specifically bindable as Text Panel shortcuts too. @Kerstin Ebert actually touched on this a bit in her post. Clicking and dragging or using the Select to Next/Previous word shortcuts works great. No complaints there. That said, my instinct as an editor (and I'm sure many others) is to use I/O to set ins and outs. Ironically enough these keys do technically still work for me, as they are app-wide shortcuts. When I click on a word, the playhead automatically moves to the start of the word, meaning pressing 'I' works perfectly, but pressing 'O' will mark my out before the word is spoken (which in my mind - I expected it would include that word in full). I think it'd be awesome to be able to tweak some Text-Panel specific behaviors and allow for traditional I/O keyboard behavior in the Text panel - simply because it's so engrained to muscle memory. Maybe not as high of a priority, but would still be great!
First off, Thanks for pointing out that \"O\" targets the start of the word and not the end. Second, never apologize for a long post! Your feedback is wonderful and is consistent with what we have heard from other customers in our initial investigation. It's true that this isn't great for three point editing. The text panel will be evolving a lot in beta this year. This current flow builds on existing behaviors and is good for some of the simpler things, like the beloved task of cutting down a zoom meeting. Not making excuses here, just saying that this is v1.
Sorry, i'm playing catch up here... am i to understand that this will give us the same functionality as Avid Script Sync Aside from creating a transcript, will we simply be able to open a transcript, find a word or phrase, click on that phrase, which loads a source clip into the source monitor, ready to edit into a timeline... it seems one cannot do that now, that the transcripts in the \"Text\" panel are only useable with a \"program\" timeline.... i have been on Avid for many years now, just getting reintroduced to Premiere (learned on it back in 1998).. apologies for my ignorance. I am totally addicted to Avid script sync.
It will transcribe your source clips, and when you add this clips to a sequence and make changes to the clips (trimming, editing), the transcript in your sequence will automatically update. You can use the \"Search\" field in the Text panel to search for specific moments in your transcript, and the Playhead will jump to that position (either in the Source or the Program monitor).
Hi Joshua! Yes, the new workflow works very well with 3 point editing. You transcribe your source clip (this can happen automatically on ingest) and open the source transcript in the Text panel. From there you can select text and add it directly to the timeline. The sequence transcript will show you the assembly of source transcripts+clips in your timeline, and it will update when do make edits in yout timeline.
When you open a source transcript in the Text panel, it will automatically show the source clip in the Source monitor. When you click on a word in the transcript, the playhead will jump to that positon in the Source monitor.
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