At the forefront of speech-to-text: the first of its kind user-facing layer for automated transcription technology. An online editor for creating and publishing interactive transcripts, bringing readable and searchable audio and video to the masses.
A web application allowing—and therefore encapsulating UI modules—for media ingestion, speech-to-text conversion, verification and correction of the automated transcription output as well as consumption and export of innovative word-level aligned interactive transcripts.
As the lead designer and front-end developer on the startup project I helped to define, build, successfully launch and validate a groundbreaking product that proved to appease a large user base from day 1.
- One year since launch, Trint is Poynter’s favorite automated transcription tool: The best automatic transcription tools for journalists—Poynter
- Over 200 thumbs-ups on Trustpilot
- Transcribing audio sucks—so make the machines do it—Wired
- Audio transcription is finally being automated—Quartz
- David Pogue: The best service for fast, cheap transcriptions—David Pogue
- An Ex-War Reporter Joins The Fight For Better Transcription Software—Fast Company
- Trint launches new tool for transcribing audio files to text—Talking New Media
- We tried audio transcription software Trint. Here’s what we found.—UC Berkeley
- This transcription tool could be a game changer for newsrooms—Global Editors Network
- To Boldly Dictate: The Fastest Voice Transcription Since Star Trek—Forbes
- The Road to Trint and Trint - Lessons Learned by its CTO and co-founder, Mark Boas