InqScribe runs on virtually any recent Mac or Windows system. The only major requirement is either QuickTime for Mac users or DirectX for Windows users.
InqScribe requires the following:
macOS 10.8 or later.
InqScribe is a Universal Binary.
Windows 7, 8, or 10.
DirectX 8+ required.
InqScribe supports a wide range of digital audio and video formats, including the following common formats:
For more about InqScribe’s supported media formats, head over to this support article.
Windows users: Note that InqScribe can use QuickTime to play additional formats not supported by Windows Media Player. However, due to security risks, we advise against it. For more about these security risks, please refer to this article.
InqScribe can access media files from your local hard drive, optical disk drive, networked file server, and the Internet.
If you're not sure if InqScribe supports a particular media format, contact support and we'll let you know.
InqScribe supports several timecode standards:
Tab-delimited and XML formats are suitable for importing into database and other data analysis applications. InqScribe can parse your transcripts and automatically generate a series of data records, using embedded timecodes as record markers.
InqScribe is Unicode savvy. All the data you create within InqScribe is stored (and exported) in UTF8 format. Multiple languages can even be used within a single file!
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