Simon Says makes FCP X Ranges delightful with favorites, speaker names, and notes.
Once you import your FCP X Event with clips (simple, multicam, sync, compound clips) into the Simon Says Extension, you can view the transcript there or on the website. That transcript is editable like a Google doc.
-Create new paragraphs or combine them.
-Bookmark key paragraphs and annotate them.
-Even add speaker labels.
Bookmarks in Simon Says = Favorites in FCPX
Strikethrough in Simon Says = Rejected in FCPX
Notes in Simon Says = Markers in FCPX
Speaker name and Transcription = Keyword and Notes, respectively, in FCPX
When you export the FCPXML ranges, it will be rich with metadata and make your editing life much better.
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