Tutorial for Pop Up Archive’s Adobe Extension

How to use Pop Up Archive’s plugin for Adobe Audition & Premiere

As anyone editing spoken-word audio today knows, there’s no single tool that meets every production need. Working with raw tape often means toggling from window to window in order to align transcripts with audio editing software. With Pop Up Archive’s extension for Adobe Premiere and Adobe Audition, you can simplify this process by bringing audio and transcript editing into one workspace.

We’ll walk you through the steps of setting up and using the extension in Adobe Premiere. Unless otherwise stated, all features are also available in Adobe Audition. The extension is only supported in the latest versions of Adobe Premiere and Audition.

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Audio editing with transcripts: Pop Up Archive plugin for Adobe products

Sync Pop Up transcripts with your Adobe projects

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We want Pop Up Archive to connect to your other tools as seamlessly as possible. We’re excited to announce that you can use our new Adobe plugin to connect Pop Up Archive timestamped transcripts to projects in Adobe Premiere and Audition!
Adobe’s Nakiesha Koss sat down with Pop Up Archive CEO Anne Wootton and software engineer Shindo Strzelczyk to learn more about the plugin.

Find the full original interview on the Adobe blog

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Search public broadcasting from 1940 to today

American Archive launches multimedia “Reading Room”


Public media fans, rejoice! The American Archive of Public Broadcasting recently made over 7,000 items from their database available for streaming in an online Reading Room. The Reading Room includes audio and video from more than 120 public media stations and archives, with broadcasts dating from the 1940s to the present day.

Don’t know where to start? AAPB has already done some fantastic work to make the collections discoverable with categories and curated collections. Dive deep into topics like broadcasting history, climate change, and civil rights.

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Opening up audio archives through human-­computer collaboration

Pop Up partners with The New York Public Library and The Moth to build a new model for accessible audio

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We’re excited to announce our part in an innovative audio search project that combines two of the things we love most: libraries and storytelling. Thanks to the generous support of The Knight Foundation, The New York Public Library was awarded a grant in partnership with The Moth and Pop Up Archive to prototype an automatic transcript generation and correction model.

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Audio news round-up!

Hillary Clinton, #PubRadioVoice, and the podcast metrics debate

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This week, we rounded up recent news from the radio and podcasting world. See what people have been writing — and podcasting — about topics like politics, diversity, and who’s listening to broadcast vs. podcast audio.

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Lessons from This American Life’s audio hackathon

Hacking together the future of audio

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September 19-20 marked the first ever hackathon to advance technology for audio storytelling. The two-day Audio Hackathon, sponsored by This American Life and hosted by Thoughtworks in New York, attracted diverse design, developer, and producer talent from around the world.

The Pop Up team was there providing support for our Audiosear.ch podcast API. Over the course of 48 hours, 12 teams created 13 proof-of-concept projects exploring what’s possible in audio technology. The questions that arose during the hackathon reflect many of the questions being asked of the audio industry today.

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What would your dream podcast intern do?

What do podcasters need most? See the results of our mini-survey
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At Pop Up Archive we help audio creators with the day-to-day challenges of making audio more shareable and discoverable. So we posed the following question to the podcasters among Pop Up Archive and Audiosear.ch Twitter followers:

If you had one person’s time and energy to help your podcast, what would you have them do?

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