This article is about receiving timeline markers in Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve from Simon Says. (This export is also available via the Simon Says macOS app.)  

DaVinci Resolve markers on sequences

Simon Says and Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve
  1. Once your audio / video is transcribed in Simon Says, click the Export button:
Click Export

2. A pop-up will appear (like in the image below). Select "Other" and then “DaVinci Resolve” from the submenu.  

Select DaVinci Resolve

And then export and you will download a zip file. Unzip it and there will be an EDL file.

3. Open Resolve with the media you transcribed. Then go to the “File” menu and click “Import Timeline” and then "Import AAF, EDL, XML..." like this:

Go to the “File” menu and click “Import Timeline” and then

Navigate to the location of your EDL file which you exported from Simon Says.


4. You will see another box with options for setting up your timeline. Once you okay and the timeline is in your bin, right click that timeline and select "Timelines / Import / Timeline Markers from EDL..." like this:

Right click that timeline and select

For the second time, go to the location of the EDL and import it seemingly again.

5. TaDa - check the timeline and see the markers.

Check the timeline and see the markers
check the timeline and see the markers

Related Help Articles:

Auto-sync timecode, framerate, and resolution

Exporting video proxies from your NLE to preserve timecode/framerate through to transcript export

Avid Media Composer: Import your transcript from Simon Says directly into Avid with Text Locators

How to import SRT files into Adobe Premiere Pro

Best Practices for importing Multicam and Sync clips with the SS FCP X Extension

How to Export to Adobe Audition

How to import into Pro Tools

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