InqScribe
InqScribe
2.2.4

4.0

InqScribe free download for Mac

InqScribe

2.2.4
10 December 2018

Transcript editor for digital media files.

Overview

InqScribe sports a deceptively simple interface, pairing your digital video and audio with a transcript editor that lets you synchronize specific portions of your transcript with corresponding time segments within the media.

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What's new in InqScribe

Version 2.2.4:
  • The export submenu now includes a link to labs.inqscribe.com, which offers some export formats beyond what the app provides.
  • Exported file names are now based on the document name instead of defaulting to "export".
  • Preserve the state of the Anti-Alias checkbox when iterating on a subtitled movie export.
  • Minor documentation updates.
  • Better support for licenses whose owner names include accents and other non-ASCII characters.
  • Updated to support evaluation licenses that expire in 2018 and beyond.

Requirements for InqScribe

  • OS X 10.8.0 or later

1 InqScribe Reviews

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Hobojoe
14 March 2009

Most helpful

I've been evaluating just about all of the transcription software for the Mac, and InqScribe definitely comes out on top for me. My requirements were: - Transcribe video and audio easily - Work with various formats and codecs - Timecode support - Work with my USB foot pedal (Infinity/ ECS IN-USB-1, a very popular model) The free Espress Scribe works with my foot pedal, but only works with audio files. Transcriva has a decent interface, but doesn't work with my foot pedal. In fact, it only supports two models, each of which supply their own interface software. Transcriptions, also free, and not updated in a long time, doesn't work with my pedal. Annotation Transcriber says it supports foot pedals, but I couldn't figure out how, and couldn't get support from the company. InqScribe is priced much higher than all of the above, but also offers some very cool features the others don't, like the ability to create subtitles for video, and integration with Final Cut Studio. I haven't tested these out yet, but as someone who works in post production, these would be very handy for me. Lastly, I contacted the developer and asked whether the app was still in development since it hasn't been updated in a year. They responded within 24 hours, and said it is, and to expect a new release soon.
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Version 2.0.5
Hobojoe
14 March 2009
I've been evaluating just about all of the transcription software for the Mac, and InqScribe definitely comes out on top for me. My requirements were: - Transcribe video and audio easily - Work with various formats and codecs - Timecode support - Work with my USB foot pedal (Infinity/ ECS IN-USB-1, a very popular model) The free Espress Scribe works with my foot pedal, but only works with audio files. Transcriva has a decent interface, but doesn't work with my foot pedal. In fact, it only supports two models, each of which supply their own interface software. Transcriptions, also free, and not updated in a long time, doesn't work with my pedal. Annotation Transcriber says it supports foot pedals, but I couldn't figure out how, and couldn't get support from the company. InqScribe is priced much higher than all of the above, but also offers some very cool features the others don't, like the ability to create subtitles for video, and integration with Final Cut Studio. I haven't tested these out yet, but as someone who works in post production, these would be very handy for me. Lastly, I contacted the developer and asked whether the app was still in development since it hasn't been updated in a year. They responded within 24 hours, and said it is, and to expect a new release soon.
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Version 2.0.5
$99.00

4.0

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