PowerSearch is a panel for Premiere Pro that's currently in beta and is part of the Transcriptive download. It will eventually be a separate product. —Digital Anarchy
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The biggest change is the Transcriptive installer now features a beta of a separate panel called PowerSearch. This searches the entire Premiere Pro project for whatever phrase you’re looking for, returning any clip or sequence that has it and the timecode. Basically it works just like a Google search for your Premiere project. —Digital Anarchy
In this 3-part tutorial series, Premiere Gal walks through how to use Digital Anarchy's Transcriptive to auto-transcribe videos in Premiere Pro. Transcriptive is a paid service that uses AI to quickly transcribe audio with 95% accuracy! Premiere Gal goes on to show how your transcribed files can be used to edit faster in Premiere Pro, and also increase SEO with captions uploaded to YouTube and Facebook.
Fast, accurate, and inexpensive. Usually you only get two out of three, but Transcriptive gives you all three when it comes to automated transcription. It’s a transformative product for transcription. It leverages the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning to transcribe with a 96% accuracy rate. —Digital Anarchy
Digital Anarchy, the company known for Beauty Box, released a brand new plugin: Samurai Sharpen. This new sharpening tool for Premiere Pro is sharp and smart! It allows you to sharpen specific areas in your footage with built-in masks and edge-aware algorithms. Check out the full list of features for more information. Also, check out this overview by Jose Antunes for ProVideo Coalition: Digital Anarchy Releases Samurai Sharpen for Video. Or this article by postPerspective: Digital Anarchy’s new video sharpening tool for FCP X, Premiere and AE.
Samurai Sharpen allows you to do this quickly with tools designed to let you easily isolate specific areas of the footage and only sharpen those areas. It's state-of-the-art sharpening for video footage that's precise and simple. —Digital Anarchy