Produce Captioned Video
Schedule an appointment to meet with one of our Captioning Student Staff by contacting the Faculty Staff Resource Center at 278-6112.
Email us directly at: email@example.com
View the following Quick Guides for more information
Edit Transcript Files
In order to produce a captioned video using the transcript you recieved from Docsoft, you will need to edit the transcript file, export a caption file and use Camtasia studio to put video and captions together.
A video tutorial on How to Edit the Transcript in the DocSoft Transcript Editor is available. Also, below are the written instructions.
If your transcript is not 100% accurate you can edit it by:
- Exporting the transcript in .txt Text format and editing it in Notepad or WordPad and re-upload the video along with the edited transcript to Docsoft to produce an accurate file.
- Another option is to download the native transcript .transcript and edit this using the Docsoft Transcript Editor installed at the Faculty Staff Resource Center Media and Captioning Project Rooms.
Docsoft Transcript Editor - Edit Transcript
Before you can use the Transcript Editor, we recommend that you read through the Docsoft Transcript Editor User Manual and the Keyboard Shortcuts to work in the editor. Contact the Faculty Staff Resource Center to set up a meeting to be trained by one of our Captioning Student Staff at 278-6112 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camtasia Studio has a built in captioning feature which can be used to caption your videos during the production process. You can also use the Speech-to-Text feature in Camtasia Studio 7.1 to make the process of adding captions quicker. Record and caption your videos in Camtasia at the FSRC Media and Captioning Project rooms located at AIRC 3012 and which are equipped with Camtasia Studio and other video and captioning tools.