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Boris FX and Nexidia Unveil Soundbite Dialogue Search for Apple Final Cut Pro

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Boris FX announced that it will partner with Nexidia to launch Boris Soundbite – a fast and accurate tool that enables Apple Final Cut Pro users to locate footage by finding any word or phrase spoken in multimedia files.

“Dialogue search has generated more excitement amongst editors this year than any other new technology,” said Boris Yamnitsky, president and founder of Boris FX. “We are excited to expand our family of postproduction workflow solutions with Soundbite and we are dedicated to making it a standard part of every editor’s arsenal.”

Nexidia’s patented dialogue search technology quickly and accurately finds any word or phrase spoken in recorded media. With the new Boris Soundbite, video editors, producers and journalists will be able to instantly play all occurrences of a spoken phrase in their media, then insert the perfect take into their Final Cut Pro project, organize clips around keywords, and even find replacement words for problematic audio.

“Leading editors already know that dialogue search saves time, reduces transcription costs, and lets them be more creative,“ said Drew Lanham, SVP/GM of media for Nexidia. “By leveraging the development power and global reach of Boris FX, we’ll be able to bring a whole new generation of dialogue search to the Final Cut Pro community.”

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