Audio transcription provides a written record of the conversations during meetings and events. This creates a valuable resource you can share with attendees after an event or use to meet internal and external compliance requirements.
Wordly provides access to a complete transcript file as a standard feature in the Wordly Platform for no additional cost.
With the click of a button users can create a translated transcript from any meeting/session that used Wordly. You can get a transcript in the language of the original presenter as well as have it translated into 26 other languages including Spanish, French, Japanese, and Hindi.
The meeting organizer has control over the audio transcription feature and decides who can get access to it.
Wordly provides real-time interpretation into 25+ languages through a SaaS based AI-powered platform which eliminates the need for human interpreters. The output is a high-quality translation available in both audio and text format.
Presenters speak in their preferred language and participants can follow along using their computer, tablet, or smartphone - in-person or remote.
Wordly audio transcription works with a wide range of conference platforms and video conferencing tools including Cvent, Notified, Stova, Zoom, and Teams.
In addition to audio transcription, Wordly offers other powerful features including transcript translation and customizable glossaries. For a full list of interpretation and translation features see the Platform page.
What is Audio Transcription?
Audio transcription is the process of converting spoken words in an audio or video recording into written or typed text. The goal of audio transcription is to capture the spoken content in a written form, making it easier to read, search, and analyze. Audio transcription can be done by human transcribers or through speech recognition technology. The output of audio transcription is called a transcript and it can be used for various purposes such as captions for videos, subtitles for movies, or as an aid for people with hearing difficulties.
There are several benefits to audio transcription, including:
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