A text editor optimized for fast manual transcription of audio- or video material on the Mac.
Used around the world in research, education and journalism since 2008.
Requirements: MacOS or Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan or later
For Mac OSX 10.9 Mavericks and below, use version 0.8 that can be found here.
Look at the app overview to get started.
- Media with tape behavior
- Customizeable media-control shortcuts(->shortcut recorder)
- Text substitution
Load media in the player, use the controls to adjust speed and volume, set keyboard shortcuts for media control in the preferences pane and type away. Transcriptions also supports text-substitutions by inserting "@" followed by a text-token.
The source code of Transcriptions is released under the BSD License and can be checked out on GitHub. Please support development by buying Transcriptions in the Mac AppStore or by donating via PayPal.
Thanks to all supporters!
MBW Pick of the week: March 30, 2010
Transcriptions source code is used in the application F5(Mac).
- MacOS or Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan or later
- Mac OSX 10.10 Yosemite
Sparkle is used up to Version 0.8. Please download the binary from the Mac App Store to get updates starting from Version 1.0.
Find support here.
If you wish to build Transcriptions yourself, you will need the following components/tools:
- a recent Xcode with support for ARC and subscripting
- OS X SDK (10.10 or later)
After cloning the repository, run the following commands inside the repository root (directory containing this
git submodule update --init --recursive
You can then open the Xcode project file and build.
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