Both in transcription view and in paper-edit view, there is the option for developers to export a
json, either of the transcription or of the paper-edit.
This is because autoEdit could be used as a starting point to build interactives that have some component that is "transcription powered".
For example, I once went to a POV hackathon, and finished 2 hours before the deadline thanks to this.
The idea is that you can get the transcription (or paper-edit)
json from autoEdit, as well as the converted webm video. Combined with some client side tempting and a js logic can quickly make an "hyper-transcript" like the one in Battle Sound .