May 27, 2015
Transcription softwares can be costly and hard to operate. This is particularly the case with those pro tools employed to transcribe lengthy audio and video recordings. Researchers use them to transcribe their data into textual input for analytical purposes. Examples of such tools are provided in at the end of this post.
For teachers and educators looking for simple and easy to use transcription tools, we would suggest the following: automated speech to text apps or audio players designed for transcription works.
“Transcribe makes transcription of audio clips/recordings a breeze. If you have been struggling by switching back and forth between your audio player and word processor - Transcribe will make life much simpler for you!”
B- Google Voice
Google Voice is another good option to try. It can help you transcribe your voice memos as long as they are short and clearly articulated.
This is a free web app to take the pain out of transcribing recorded interviews.Some of the features it provides include: Pause, rewind and fast-forward without taking your hands off the keyboard; Interactive timestamps to navigate through your transcript with;Export to Markdown, plain text and Google Docs…
Advanced tools include:
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