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Export options

After having created a transcription and (optional) corrected the text you can click on the export icon on the top right to see a list of export options
Text and Word document with optional time-codes and speakers export options

Main export options

  • Text file with optional speakers and time-codes*
  • Ms Word, docx
*There's an option for the text file with speakers and time-codes to be in the format that is compatible with atlas ti if you need to import the transcript there for further analyses.

Advanced options

Captions export options
  • Srt - Captions
  • TTML - Captions
  • TTML for Adobe Premiere - Captions
  • iTT - Captions
  • CSV - Captions
  • VTT - Captions
  • Pre-segmented text - Captions

Developer options

  • Json - Captions
  • SlateJS - Json
  • Digital Paper Edit - Json
If you need to export captions with a certain level of precision in the formatting of the lines. I'd recommend exporting plain text without speakers and time-codes and using this other app instead, subtitles composer (mac only) to do the pre-segmentation, alignment and generate the caption file.