Monday Jan 18, 2021

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Simon Says Assemble Interview

– How Does

Automatic Transcription & Editing Work?

It seems that Simon Says can now deliver these near-perfect transcripts in multiple languages, so they figured it might…
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By Olaf von Voss
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It seems that Simon Says can now deliver these near-perfect transcripts in multiple languages, so they figured it might be a good time to take the next step: What exactly do filmmakers do once the triscript is ready? Well, most likely they build what’s called a paper edit. Their most recent offering, Simon Says Assemble (we reported about it here before), even lets you create a video rough cut of your story based on these automatically generated transcripts. Simon Says Assemble itself is free to use, but the underlying process of transcribing videos requires a paid service from Simon Says.

We had the opportunity to speak with Shamir Allibhai, CEO of Simon Says, to learn more about the underlying technology and the company’s latest offering: Simon Says Assemble. Simon Says is an….

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