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 on the web is editable like a Google doc. 

You can:
-Create new paragraphs or combine them. (Web only for now)
-Bookmark key paragraphs and annotate them. (Both, mac app and web)
-Even add speaker labels. (Both, mac app and web)

Then go back to the Simon Says Extension and export the FCPXML ranges: it will be rich with metadata and make your editing life much better. 

Go straight to Final Cut X favorites (aka bookmarks on Simon Says).
See Final Cut X Markers with notes (aka annotations).
Filter speakers using Final Cut X Keywords (aka speaker labels).

View your transcript with favorites and bookmarks in FCPX

Related Help Articles:

Best Practices for importing Multicam and Sync clips with the SS FCP X Extension
Can I translate my subtitles within the FCP Extension?
Export burnt-in subtitles/caption in FCPX
Features of the Simon Says Mac app (a visual guide)
How to import into Final Cut Pro X
How to receive video proxies on Simon Says website from the Mac app
How-to: Caption & Title FCP Projects
Steps to install/uninstall our FCP X Extension / MacOS app
Supported Imports (FCP X Ext/Mac app)
Visual Subtitle Editor

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