The files include any corrections you make to the text in the Riverside Editor.
Transcript – TXT
The TXT transcript is a text file that you can open in Notes, NotePad, Microsoft Word, Google Docs, or other word-processing software to repurpose and edit it.
- The text transcript is divided into paragraphs with a timestamp each time someone new begins speaking.
- On the recording dashboard, you can also Copy the transcript to your clipboard.
Subtitles/Captions – SRT
The SRT file is formatted for use with video editing or media player software to show the captions during playback.
- This 'subtitles' or 'captions' file is divided into short lines that refresh the on-screen text every few seconds. It includes frequent timestamps.
- You can also use the Riverside Editor to automatically add the captions to your video.