One of the most critical aspects of transcription is timing. When you’re transcribing a recording, you need to be able to identify when each person is speaking. This can be tricky, especially if multiple people are talking at the same time. If you opt to do it yourself, how do you do it?
You have to make sure you have a good quality recording. The better the quality of the recording, the easier it will be to transcribe. You also have to listen to the recording multiple times. This will help you to familiarize yourself with the recording and make it easier to identify when each person is speaking. Lastly, you have to timestamp each speaker to make it easier to identify when they speak.
That’s a lot of work, right? Yes, transcribing doesn’t end with the recording. It’s vital to get the timing right to ensure accuracy. At CCCI, we use the latest technology to provide accurate transcriptions that are timed to match the audio recording. Our Speech to Text Timing allows you to focus on the content of the recording, not on taking notes!
Converting speech to text is a way of data collection, and our team takes that task very seriously and professionally. The main tools we use to transcribe speech to text are Aegisub and Subtitle Edit, providing the most common formats in our outputs: ass or ssa and srt.
Our team is also flexible and adaptable for clients who trust other software and want other formats. Whichever the case, we guarantee that all our transcriptions will be free of grammatical errors and will have high accuracy.