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Working with a Transcript that already has timestamps?

You can tell TimeCoder Pro to preserve existing timestamps if you wish to keep them.

Simply choose to create a new Digital Video Transcript, follow the steps to import your file and when you get to the “Preserve Original Printed Time Codes� option, check that box and then click “Add� button to browse out and link the media associated to this transcript.

The end result will be a transcript that is ready to QC and export as needed.

 

NOTE:

There is a difference between Time of Day stamps and TimeStamps.

TimeStamps are associated with the duration of a video file.

Time of Day stamps are associated with what time of the day that part of the deposition was taken.

TimeCoder Pro will not be able to synchronize any deposition accurately with Time of Day stamps, so be sure to remove them before importing the transcript into TimeCoder Pro.

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Working with a Transcript that already has timestamps?

You can tell TimeCoder Pro to preserve existing timestamps if you wish to keep them.

Simply choose to create a new Digital Video Transcript, follow the steps to import your file and when you get to the “Preserve Original Printed Time Codes� option, check that box and then click “Add� button to browse out and link the media associated to this transcript.

The end result will be a transcript that is ready to QC and export as needed.

 

NOTE:

There is a difference between Time of Day stamps and TimeStamps.

TimeStamps are associated with the duration of a video file.

Time of Day stamps are associated with what time of the day that part of the deposition was taken.

TimeCoder Pro will not be able to synchronize any deposition accurately with Time of Day stamps, so be sure to remove them before importing the transcript into TimeCoder Pro.

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Working with a Transcript that already has timestamps?

You can tell TimeCoder Pro to preserve existing timestamps if you wish to keep them.

Simply choose to create a new Digital Video Transcript, follow the steps to import your file and when you get to the “Preserve Original Printed Time Codes� option, check that box and then click “Add� button to browse out and link the media associated to this transcript.

The end result will be a transcript that is ready to QC and export as needed.

 

NOTE:

There is a difference between Time of Day stamps and TimeStamps.

TimeStamps are associated with the duration of a video file.

Time of Day stamps are associated with what time of the day that part of the deposition was taken.

TimeCoder Pro will not be able to synchronize any deposition accurately with Time of Day stamps, so be sure to remove them before importing the transcript into TimeCoder Pro.

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