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Descript is a new type of audio editor that lets you use text to edit recorded interviews, podcasts and more.
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Web 13h
Descript is an incredible tool that allows me to edit our podcast much faster & accurately than I would just listening
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Descript 12h
He’s talking about ! 😀🙌
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Descript Sep 19
There’s a new update available for Descript Windows and Mac Beta! 🚀 Now featuring White Glove: human-powered transcription, for those mission-critical tasks Plus: Highlighter Colors 🖍 and more!
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Descript Sep 19
Export Audio. Export an audio file of your Composition. This isn't super useful right now, but will be when we ship audio editing shortly. 👉
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Descript Sep 19
Ignore Audio. The Ignore feature deletes the audio without removing the original text reference. To use it, highlight a range of text, and click the icon that (...) 👉
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Descript Sep 19
Highlighter Colors. Highlight text in many colors. Press command + shift + H to quick highlight - Descript remembers the last highlight color you used. 👉
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Descript Sep 19
White Glove (human-powered) transcription. Get your audio transcribed by a professional in an average of 24 hours for $1.25 / minute. 👉
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Descript Sep 18
This is what we keep saying - finally someone gets it. -driven
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Descript Sep 17
Replying to @MarcwilsonPhoto
Hi Marc, a session refers to formats supported by most DAWs — you can learn more here: And yes, an mp3 would lead to smaller file sizes which may be more convenient. If you'd like 1-on-1 help don't hesitate to ping us at help@descript.com!
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Descript Sep 17
Replying to @MarcwilsonPhoto
Hi Marc! Descript can handle a large .wav just fine, but if you're not planning to export as a session, you'll get better performance if you convert your audio before transcribing it — .mp3, .m4a, or .aac should work great.
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Descript Sep 17
Replying to @neutyp
Hi Tim! You can't edit video that way, but it's a great idea — stay tuned!
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Andrew Culver Sep 17
I'm playing around with to edit a recording of my "Common Sense Testing" presentation and this thing is really incredible. It's not perfect, but *wow* is this an improvement from manually editing audio 100% of the time.
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G. Wayne Miller Sep 17
hey, & friends - have long awaited program that is fast & accurate - I recommend - inexpensive (free trial) and decent accuracy. some cleanup & check needed but still better than the old-fashioned time-consuming way
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Descript Sep 14
Replying to @jwegener
Hey Jonathan! Indeed — give the Mac Beta a look!
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Descript Sep 14
Pro-tip: Descript can transcribe video files! No need to extract the audio yourself — just drag in your video, and Descript will transcribe the audio. Perfect for generating captions and subtitles! (Available on Descript for Windows & Mac Beta)
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Descript Sep 13
Replying to @trevormeier
Hi Trevor — great question (we've had a few people ask about this). Nothing to announce, but stay tuned!
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Descript Sep 12
One of the niftiest features in the recent update to Descript Windows (and Mac Beta) is Import Transcript. Take a transcript you got elsewhere — and sync it to its corresponding audio, free of charge! 🔈+📜 Learn more:
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Descript Sep 12
Replying to @delvinv
Hi Delvin! Great points, and ones we’ve been thinking about — stay tuned for more. Glad you like the app!
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Descript Sep 8
Replying to @timbunce @otter_ai
That's great, thank you for doing that! We'll update our post with your update.
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Descript Sep 5
Replying to @seancaptain
Your mind is intact! Yes — if you're editing audio without a subscription, you may encounter some goats. 🐐 (also see 🙂 )
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