A deep dive into how Assembly Edits (aka rough cuts or paper edits) are used in video editing

Text-based video editing is magical.

Nino Leitner (CineD) and Shamir Allibhai (Simon Says) talking about text-based video editing enabled by AI transcription

Lock story by highlighting and ordering soundbites, in the web and with your team/client. Then seamlessly export to complete the video in you editing application.

Simon Says Assemble, text-based video editing

Simon Says Assemble, for text-based video editing

Native transcription, subtitling, and translation has arrived for Resolve on Macs. YAAAY!

Simon Says is now natively accessible within Resolve for Macs: transcribe clips, caption timelines.
Simon Says is now available for Blackmagic Design’s DaVinci Resolve (macOS)

MAXQDA and Simon Says recently partnered to bring its leading A.I. cloud and on-premise transcription to the leading qualitative research tool to help

Start analyzing research interviews in minutes: Simon Says AI transcripts seamlessly import into MAXQDA.

Interview with Julia Gerson, Product Manager at MAXQDA.

  1. What is MAXQDA?

New Mac app, Collaboration, Increased Accuracy + Improvements

The new Simon Says 3.0 macOS and Final Cut Pro X Extension

Simon Says outputs CEA 608/708-compliant subtitles/captions

Simon Says

Swift and accurate A.I. transcription and translation for video pros.

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