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hpr3731 :: Speech recognition in Kdenlive

A brief description of how you can use speech recognition to transcribe your clips in Kdenlive

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Hosted by dnt on Monday 2022-11-21 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: kdenlive,"video editing","speech recognition".
Listen in ogg, spx, or mp3 format. | Comments (2)

Recently I returned to Kdenlive after about a 10-year break, and was pleased to discover the speech recognition feature.

https://docs.kdenlive.org/en/effects_and_compositions/speech_to_text.html#install-python


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Comment #1 posted on 2022-11-21T21:08:54Z by Celeste

didn't know the feature

Thanks, i completely missed this new feature.
Kdenlive has improved so much in the last years!
About minute 4:40 yep, it's both free as in price, both libre/opensource ;)

Comment #2 posted on 2022-11-22T00:40:50Z by dnt

re: both libre/opensource

Yes, I used an abundance of caution there. To be honest, I only assume kdenlive is open source, let alone free software, so I'm gonna try not to walk around saying that things are free software. I once heard a very well meaning person say that Adobe Bridge was free (as in speech) software. This was in Portuguese, in which there is no ambiguity between free as in beer and free as in speech. I nearly fell out of my chair!

Thanks for your comment, Celeste!

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