Archives for July 2005
InqScribe 1.0.1 is out. This version fixes several minor bugs, and fixes a major incompatibility with Mac OS X 10.2 (Jaguar).
InqScribe and OS X 10.2
A quick note for Mac OS X 10.2 (Jaguar) users.
We’ve found a bug in InqScribe 1.0 that makes InqScribe unusable on OS X 10.2. This bug will be fixed in 1.0.1, which will be released very soon.
In the meantime, there is a workaround. If you open the Get Info dialog for InqScribe and check the “Open in the Classic environment” option, you can run InqScribe in “Classic Mode” (assuming you have Classic installed).
We apologize for the inconvenience.
Inquirium today released InqScribe, a cross-platform solution for transcribing, annotating, and subtitling digital media files. Designed by and for researchers who work with extensive audio and video data, InqScribe features a flexible editing environment, customizable keyboard shortcuts for controlling media playback, and a range of import and export options. InqScribe transcripts contain embedded timecodes that allow instant access to arbitrary times within the media file. Extensive subtitling support make it easy to generate captioned media from transcript files. Available for Mac OS X, Mac Classic, and Windows, InqScribe is on sale for $49 through July 31, $69 thereafter.