How to receive transcript markers for your Adobe Premiere Pro clips

1. Install Adobe Premiere Pro Extension

Go to the Adobe Exchange and install the free Simon Says Extension – it’s compatible with both PC and Mac. Then launch Premiere Pro and navigate to ‘Window > Extensions > Simon Says’. Click on ‘Get Started’ in the extension panel and log in.

2. Transcribe video/audio clips

Select the video/audio clips in your project bin, click on ‘+’, and then ‘Import’. Make sure all footage dialogue is in the same language, if applicable to your video. Next, select the language of your project and click ‘Transcribe’. The transcript will be ready in a few minutes.

3. Edit transcript, bookmark snippets, and add speaker labels

Join, split, and edit lines as needed. Add metadata, such as speaker labels, notes, and bookmarks. If you are working with foreign language clips, you can export for translations (we support 100+ languages). Simon Says will automatically sync timecodes for you.

4. Add transcript markers to project

Finally, export and select ‘Adobe XML Markers’. The markers will automatically be sent to your project bin, ready for you to review and edit.

Woohoo – you now have transcript markers in Adobe Premiere Pro for easy clip sorting and searching. Now that a tedious and frustrating step has been removed with AI transcription, you can focus more on the creative elements that bring your story alive.
How to receive transcript markers for your Adobe Premiere Pro clips
Woohoo – you now have transcript markers in Adobe Premiere Pro for easy clip sorting and searching. Now that a tedious and frustrating step has been removed with AI transcription, you can focus more on the creative elements that bring your story alive.

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