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X2PPro 011 - Speech Recognition

I had a go at the speech recognition in Premiere Pro for the first time today. Pretty cool and easy to do. Of course, the real test is how accurate it is. I actually show you some good and bad examples here. Its worth a watch

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Reader Comments (4)

Great stuff Chris, keep it up, I am thinking of switching from Vegas to this.

September 30, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDave Dugdale

Hey Chris, good stuff. I'll just mention that you can right click on any clip in your project panel and select analyze content to avoid switching to the metadata panel for the actual speech recognition.

You also can search via any word in the project panel and it will turn in results based upon the search terms. So, for instance we're doing a long documentary and you need to find any clips with the words 'trash can' - as you type that in the project search window (along the top) it will return with any results based on that search.

Finally, I'll mention that you could take your text file, clean it up, add punctuation, capitalization, etc. and then use it instead of the native speech recognition. Again, go to analyze content and you will see that you can insert a text file of your own creation or an Adobe Story script.

Thanks for the videos - they're fun to watch.

October 26, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDennis Radeke

Chris, I had a little fun today and created a video similar to yours.
Always fun to see how computers interpret humans. :)

December 19, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDave Dugdale
Thanks for this post. It's so helpful to see things being done in X2PPro 011 instead of trying to figure it all out. I appreciate the time you took to make the video.
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