Once you have created a new document, the editor opens up.
To the left of centre, you’ll see your video.
Below, there’s the timeline showing a waveform of the video’s audio.
Your lines of audio description will appear on the right.
Create an audio description script with fun.
To write your first line of audio description, click on the “+” symbol to the left of the timeline or hit enter.
A text block will now appear on the right. This is where you write your text.
Tip: Check out our guide to learn more about script writing shortcuts.
Once you have written your text, you can preview what it sounds like by clicking the play button.
You can change the voice and adjust the speed using the dropdown menus.
Once you have written your text, you will notice a blue box appearing in the timeline. This is the cue point.
Tip: The size of the cue point is determined by the length of the text. Adjusting the speed or amount of text will shorten or lengthen the cue point accordingly.
You can move around the cue points using drag and drop or the bulk edit feature to fine tune your audio description’s timing.
To delete a line of audio description, click on the red trash can symbol in the top right corner of the text block.
To add another line, simply click on the “+” symbol or hit enter again.