From audio to text
We create transcripts for your interviews, lectures, trainings etc. and thus open up new possibilities for your marketing.
What is a transcription?
A transcription is the writing down of something spoken – that is, the process of turning words into writing. The final product of a transcription is a transcript.
A transcription can be done “live”, i.e. written down while the person is talking, or time-delayed through the use of audio or video recordings. This is the more common and practical form and is used, for example, for podcasts or interviews that are to be transcribed afterwards.
The source language does not necessarily have to be German, because foreign languages or interpretations can also be transcribed. For this purpose. intelliText uses native speakers to guarantee the completeness and correctness of the transcript.
Areas of application:
- Presentations, interviews
- Training courses
- Videos and films for subtitling
- Court protocols
- Doctor-patient discussions
- Police: Documentation of interviews, protocols of emergency calls, evaluation of body cameras
Transcripts can be created based on all common file formats, such as MP3, AmberScript, Windows Media Audio, or RIFF WAVE.