Transcribing Audio in DaVinci Resolve

Audio transcriptions are now a feature in DaVinci Resolve and there’s lots you can do with it.

You can transcribe a whole clip in your media pool and edit from it, export text, create markers, and more.

You can also transcribe your timeline audio to create subtitles.

This is a big time saver and one hugely requested feature that the Blackmagic Design team has done a great job with.

In this video from Darren Mostyn, you’ll learn about:

  • Transcribing audio
  • Viewing transcription
  • Text Accuracy
  • Creating markers
  • Creating subtitles from timeline audio
  • Exporting transcription
  • creating sub clips from text
  • Insert clips with transcript
  • Searching the text

2 thoughts on “Transcribing Audio in DaVinci Resolve”

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  1. Can you do an article about how you can network a few resolve computers? Can you use one to render while working on the same video on another pc or Mac? Can you have both pc’s and Macs on the same network and do this?

  2. I was hoping we could now edit video from the transcript like Descript allows. But the Ai transcription fails to capture all the garbage words ex. “like” and I cannot easily just nuke it from the clip


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