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Transcript Manager -Clip Creation Script


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Need to share your clips with another TrialDirector user? Export a clip creation script so they can easily recreate the clips you have already generated.

To export the .ccs file

  1. In the Transcript Manager, select Clips in the View by drop-down menu.
  2. Select the clips you want to include in the clip creation script.
  3. From the Clips menu, select Export Clip Creation Script (*.ccs). You may use the CTRL key to select multiple non-contiguous clips or the SHIFT key to select multiple contiguous clips. You can also select clips from different transcripts to export to the Clip Creation Script.

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Need to share your clips with another TrialDirector user? Export a clip creation script so they can easily recreate the clips you have already generated.

To export the .ccs file

  1. In the Transcript Manager, select Clips in the View by drop-down menu.
  2. Select the clips you want to include in the clip creation script.
  3. From the Clips menu, select Export Clip Creation Script (*.ccs). You may use the CTRL key to select multiple non-contiguous clips or the SHIFT key to select multiple contiguous clips. You can also select clips from different transcripts to export to the Clip Creation Script.

Edited by Ipro_TannerComes
.css -> .ccs
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Need to share your clips with another TrialDirector user? Export a clip creation script so they can easily recreate the clips you have already generated.

To export the .ccs file

  1. In the Transcript Manager, select Clips in the View by drop-down menu.
  2. Select the clips you want to include in the clip creation script.
  3. From the Clips menu, select Export Clip Creation Script (*.ccs). You may use the CTRL key to select multiple non-contiguous clips or the SHIFT key to select multiple contiguous clips. You can also select clips from different transcripts to export to the Clip Creation Script.

Edited by Ipro_TannerComes
.css -> .ccs
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