Trint is a voice-to-text content creation tool for publishers that uses AI technology to enable its users to edit, transcribe, translate and share their content, all from one platform.
The speech-to-text platform makes audio and video searchable, allowing users to efficiently cut and change their clips where and when needed. The innovative tool was created to automate monotonous tasks, leaving the creative and exciting parts of content creation in the hands of creators and empowering its users to create and share their own stories. Used globally by some of the biggest names in the industry, including ABC News and Vice, Trint has quickly grown to become the go-to platform for creatives in the content creation space.
Trint allows publishers to:
- Transcribe content for reuse in text format
- Turn live and recorded interviews into shareable content
- Convert transcripts to subtitled content
- Create accessible, consumable and inclusive content
- Collaborate with others to create engaging content
- Find meaningful insights in research.
Trint’s client portfolio includes:
- The Washington Post
- the mirror
- Associated Press
- San Francisco Chronicle
- PBS News Hour
- ABC News
Trint CEO and founder Jeff Kofman is a former ABC and CBS News correspondent. He said, “I’ve lived the problem that Trint solves. I was a journalist, foreign correspondent, and war correspondent for U.S. and Canadian television news for 30 years. Manually transcribing my interviews was the most I hated my job. Add in the pressures of social media, radio, the website, and suddenly journalists are being asked to do more, faster. The demands are overwhelming. I saw the opportunity of creating a productivity tool that could make workflow smoother, easier, and faster.Only later did I discover that I fit a classic founder profile: because I know the problem, I know what the solution”.
Interested in trying Trint’s speech-to-text platform for publishers? Click here to get started for free and learn how Trint can instantly help your team become more efficient and collaborative right from the start.
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