An error occurred while saving the commentArash Ayrom commented
This is a terrible idea. As a former editor and currently a post producer, you do NOT want to shuttle your camera tapes in a deck! Digitizing your media should be your first step to ensure you have a backup of your media should something happen to your tapes. At that point, you have Quicktimes available to you to import into Inqscribe. This feature would promote BAD HABITS. Sorry to be so harsh.
Thanks for writing in your request. We will consider either enlarging the current timeline text display, or allowing users to control the timeline font size.Arash Ayrom shared this idea ·
Thanks for writing in the request! Naturally, having a spreadsheet work area would allow easy export to Excel, so I’ve added that to the description. We’ll consider spreadsheet support for a future InqScribe update. For a current workaround, head over to our blog: http://blogs.inquirium.net/inqscribe/2014/01/inqscribe-tips-format-transcripts-as-tables/
While InqScribe can read and control digital media files saved on a data DVD disc, it does not currently support the DVD format. We will consider DVD support for a future release of InqScribe.
In the meantime, we recommend a workaround that involves converting your DVD to a standard media file. There are a number of free options for Windows and Mac, such as Handbrake, that will create an InqScribe-friendly MPEG4 video file from your DVD. Once you’ve converted your media to MPEG4, simply locate the file through InqScribe’s “Select Media Source…” dialog.
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Thanks for writing in the request! It’s great to hear users articulating their suggestions in the comments. We will keep this under consideration for a future InqScribe update.
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