When you provide a transcript for a project, SyncWords will automatically identify speaker labels and cues, based on conventions commonly used in various transcript formats. For example, a bracketed term like
[ Laughter ]
would be identified as a sound cue.
You can include syntax in your transcript to force SyncWords to identify any text as a speaker label, sound cue, tone cue, or token.
Metadata describing who is speaking or indicating a change in speaker.
Non-speech audio cue which is timed to the media.
Cue describing the tone of speech which is not timed to the media.
Any group of words you want to force the system to treat as one unit for timing and caption output purposes.
SL<<Game Show Host:>> Define the word TONE<<(enunciating slowly)>> verisimilitude.
SL<<Contestant:>> Believability. As in - the verisimilitude of the TOKEN<<optical illusion>> was questionable.