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Audio to text translation

When we talk about « translating audio », we are referring to the conversion of sound recordings into text. It's not linguistic translation per se but a transformation of speech into writing. This method has become essential in many fields to facilitate access, understanding, and sharing of audio content.
Whether it's podcasts, interviews, conferences, or even voice memos, everything can be translated into text. This not only provides you with simplified access to information but also multiplies the possibilities for using your content. Instead of just listening, imagine being able to read, highlight, search, and share specific segments of your audio recordings.

How to translate audio?

Uploading the file

Simply add your audio file to our platform. We accept a variety of formats to ensure transcription.

Choice of parameters

Select the language of your recording or let the tool detect automatically, adjust some settings if necessary, and let Transcri do the rest.

Receiving the transcript

Once your audio file has been processed, you will receive a written transcription that is faithful to the original recording.

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Choosing our service means choosing reliability. We emphasize accuracy, speed, and efficiency. Transcri guarantees a faithful transcription, even for lower-quality audio or recordings with multiple speakers.

Our expertise goes beyond a simple conversion of voice to text voice to text conversion. We are committed to providing a high-quality service, accessible to all.

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Common Uses of Audio Transcription

From journalistic interviews to educational podcasts and conferences, audio transcription opens up a world of opportunities. For journalists, it facilitates source citation.

For researchers, it enables in-depth textual analysis. For the general public, it makes content more accessible.

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Tips for better transcription

A good transcription starts with a quality recording. A noise-free environment, an appropriate distance from the microphone, and clear articulation are all factors that will significantly improve the final result.

And, of course, always choose a recognized transcription service for its accuracy, like ours.

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The Hidden Benefits of Transcription

Beyond being a simple tool Speech to Text, the transcription offered by our tool brings numerous advantages to its users.

It increases the reach of your content, enhances listener engagement, and can even boost your online presence.

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What is the difference between audio transcription and language translation?

Audio transcription refers to the process of converting a sound recording (speech, dialogues) into written text. It literally captures what has been said without modifying the meaning or context. There is also verbatim transcription that goes even further by noting every detail.

In contrast, language translation involves converting text from one language to another, ensuring that the original message is preserved. In other words, transcription changes the form (from sound to text), while translation simply changes the language.

Can audio be translated into multiple languages?

Yes, absolutely! For our subscribers, we offer an advanced feature that allows them to translate their audio transcriptions into any language. It's a fantastic tool for businesses and individuals operating internationally or aiming to reach a multilingual audience.

Does the service work well with background noise?

Our transcription technology uses artificial intelligence algorithms trained to handle and filter various types of background noise. That said, the clarity of the transcription can be affected if the background noise is too loud or if it masks the main voice.

For best results, we recommend recording in as quiet an environment as possible and using a good microphone.

What audio file formats are supported?

We support the majority of audio formats to make the transcription process easy for our users. The most commonly accepted formats are MP3, WAV, M4A, and MPGA. If you have a different or specific format, you can try converting it to one of these formats or contact our support.

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