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Dropbox partners with Simon Says AI

The Dropbox integration with Simon Says allows video pros to seamlessly import their media from and export their transcripts, subtitles, XMLs, and translations to the modern workspace.

We are excited to partner with Dropbox in its effort to create faster, more efficient video and audio production workflows for creative teams.

Production companies depend on the Simon Says AI to accurately turn their dailies, raw footage, and final edits into the written form in minutes and our emphasis on a clear user interface design affirms our desire to help you get work done faster.

Customers will be further delighted now that we have integrated roundtripping with Dropbox. This means you can import your media files from and easily export your results back to Dropbox, loaded up in your NLE and ready to begin editing, in just a few clicks.

Simon Says supports a broad set of export options including to Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Audition, Apple Final Cut Pro X, Avid Media Composer, Microsoft Word, and SRT subtitles. Users speed up post production by bookmarking and annotating key passages and then sharing the project with their editor, producer, and director, and the rest of their production team so everyone is on the same page.

Edit better with Simon Says AI. Now integrated with Dropbox.

To try Simon Says for free, sign up here.