Jim Tierney, the Chief Anarchist at Digital Anarchy, is back to announce the Transcriptive web site is now live and out of beta. Jim talks about why now is the time for Transcriptive to become available to everyone, how it works, and what results you can expect. That includes some tips on being realistic in those expectations, both from an audio recording quality perspective as well as from the transcription perspective. Transcriptive isn’t just for video editors; Jim details how you can get use it to transcribe almost any audio file. Jim also talks about the latest release of Flicker Free, their product that solves the problem of that flickering video that you shoot and are always disappointed with. He digs into the details on how it works, what is better in the latest version, and provides a real-world example of why you might need it.
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Jim Tierney is a pioneer in the development of plugins for motion graphics, animation and video editing. During the 1990’s, Jim worked for software companies like MetaTools, Atomic Power and Cycore. He helped create graphics products like Bryce, Evolution and Final Effects. After working on After Effects plugins for six years, Jim thought it was finally time to get out there and do some of his own. So he did, and Digital Anarchy was born in 2001. Connect with them on Facebook and Twitter, and follow Jim himself on Twitter.
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