About Transcription formats

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You can use Transcriptions to add captions to your media or to create other text-based content. After recording, you can download transcriptions in the TXT and SRT file formats.

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.
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  • On the recording dashboard, you can also copy-transcript.svg 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.

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