/ month
  • Unlimited hours of automatic, high-quality transcription per month
  • Unlimited hours of automatic, high-quality video recognition per month
  • Drag-and-drop timeline editor
  • Transcript, phrases, and quotes audio search
  • Object, entity, location, action video search
  • Third party transcription integrations
  • Paper cut exports (CSV, DOCX)
  • Subtitle file exports (SRT, WebVTT)
  • Export via Premiere Pro Plugin
  • Export via XML for Adobe Premiere Pro, DaVinci Resolve, & Final Cut Pro X


Everything in the Filmmaker Plan plus

  • Central footage access from anywhere for your whole team to collaborate on your Documentary in parallel
  • Collaborate with your producers, editors, and any additional team members working on your Documentary
  • Timeline sharing, paper cut sharing, subtitle sharing
  • Onboarding call, same day responses to questions, and regular monthly check-ins available
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Pricing FAQ

Can I try Cquence before I buy it?

Yes, you can sign up for the free plan without a credit card.

What if I need more transcription/footage import hours?

The amount of hours that comes with each plan is per-month, and we've found that most people are well under it. If you have more footage than the limit, please get in touch.

What if I buy Cquence but find out it's not for me?

We will fully refund you, for any reason, within your first 7 days after purchase.

Can I buy multiple seats for my team?

Yes. Please get in touch with us here.

Trusted by editors and their teams.

Cquence helps accelerate editing across a wide variety of use cases.

My week is BUSY. Video essays, graphic design, animation, and several client shoots for businesses we’re analyzing and vlogging. On top of that, I gotta pump out 2-3 videos every day. Because of Cquence’s search, I’m able to spend less time hunting for the right clip, and more time editing, creating our video essays and Tik Tok videos.
Hannah Phillips, Video Editor & Graphic Designer
Co-Founder & Chief Creative Officer at Piper Creative
Instead of manually selecting in and out points every time the relevant word is spoken aloud, I can simply search, drag, and drop each sub-clip into a Cquence timeline and send that to Adobe Premiere. I work on multiple projects per week and Cquence has made a meaningful impact on my production schedule.
Ryan Larkin, Video Editor & Filmmaker
Creates videos weekly for Netflix's YouTube Channel
I had 2 hours of material to edit into a 3 minute project. And normally I’d just sift through to find the best moments and piece them together — this takes me at least 6 hours. With Cquence, I edited a rough assembly in less than 30 minutes. This gave me more time to polish my edit and iterate with the client for feedback.
Peter Gerard, Video Editor & Media Executive
BAFTA-Award Winning & Vimeo Staff Pick Filmmaker
I’ve been editing a YouTube web series and we have a lot of footage, because each actor has been recording themselves using Zoom. Cquence’s capabilities and seamless Adobe integration has made a huge impact to our team’s workflow --now we can collaborate and edit faster.
Kristin Kohlmeyer, Video Producer & Video Editor
Produces & edits for a YouTube Scripted Series
My Twitch stream has several hundred subscribers, so we’re building out our brand. We play 5 nights per week and each stream is at least 4 hours long. I need to make trailers for our channel -- Cquence saves me hours for every compilation video I make, as I don't have to spend hours combing through my footage to find each moment manually.
Cat Buckley, Twitch Streamer & Video Creator
Creator & Gamer @ BoredingSchool Twitch Channel
We had over 2 TB of footage, with about 10 hours of interviews and over 20 hours of b-roll. Going through hours of footage is a time-consuming process, but Cquence cut this time down significantly because we could search and view the transcripts and quickly locate the right visuals from our b-roll.
Zach Curry, Video Editor & Videographer
Grammy-Nominated Musician Tyler Childers' Documentary
My producer and I love Cquence for quickly building stringouts from people’s dialogue to make them presentable and passing them to Premiere, iterating with every sequence: stringout, rough cut, fine cut, picture lock.
Arthur Hurley, Video Editor & Filmmaker
Senior video editor at Machine Age Media