Kind Studio was one in all my favourite new instruments final 12 months. What I appreciated about it was that it took a very new method to video modifying. As an alternative of clicking and dragging on a timeline to chop or trim a video, you merely edited the phrases that appeared within the robotically generated transcript of your video and the video was trimmed for you. That cool characteristic is current within the just lately launched Kind Studio 2.0. Kind Studio 2.0 provides a slew of latest options for creating and modifying movies in your net browser.
The primary model of Kind Studio required you to add movies with the intention to edit them. The brand new model of Kind Studio contains choices for recording along with your webcam, recording a screencast, and recording simply audio enter. When you select to document simply audio enter, Kind Studio will create a video for you that shows the textual content of your spoken phrases (see my pattern right here or as embedded beneath). Notably, Kind Studio 2.0 robotically removes “umms,” “ahhs,” and different filler sounds out of your spoken audio. It additionally does a fairly good job of precisely inserting punctuation into the robotically generated transcripts.
The opposite large enchancment to Kind Studio in model 2.0 is the flexibility to mix clips and cut up clips. Beforehand, you could possibly solely add and edit one video. Now you may add a number of video clips and mix them into one new challenge.
Functions for Schooling
As I wrote final 12 months, Kind Studio is an efficient instrument to shortly and precisely edit recordings of video classes and recordings of issues like classes performed in Zoom. It is a heck of lots faster and simpler to delete a couple of phrases and have that part faraway from my video than it’s to return into WeVideo or iMovie and attempt to discover the precise proper moments within the timeline to chop my video.
Kind Studio’s newest model that helps recording and modifying audio may make it a superb instrument for creating brief podcasts or brief audio classes.