As the first automatic, AI-based transcription software, Simon Says announces native support for Blackmagic Resolve, but unfortunately only for the Mac version (v.16 and later). This means that Resolve users on Apple systems can now have their footage transcribed quickly at the touch of a button.
The transcription is started from within Resolve, but a companion app by Simon Says is required to run it, which offers the functionality in the cloud and also to pay for it -- billing is based on the running time of the transcribed clips, with the minute price varying according to the cost plan.
Once transcribed, the information is exported and can then be imported into Resolve including clip markers. Subtitles can also be created in this way (SRT file).
The integration is realized via Python scripts, so these must be activated. Simon Says works with the free Resolve version as well as with Resolve Studio, but the Resolve software must be downloaded and installed from Blackmagic, not via the Mac App Store.