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How to get your free automated transcripts from Scribie

UPDATE 09/27: We no longer provide free automated transcripts. You have to now pay for it at 10 cents per minute of audio.

Getting your automated transcripts from Scribie is a fairly intuitive process. But here is a step-by-step guide on it.

  • Go to
  • Click on “Upload Files” button.
  • You have many ways to add your file. Once you have chosen wait for the file to be uploaded.
  • Once you are on this page, click on “Auto”

    Upload Page

  • You will get a pop up to create an account or to sign-in if you already have an account.
  • Once you click on “Auto” again, you will get this message.

  • Wait for the email from Scribie on yourom registered mail id on the status of your file.
  • Once you get the confirmation mail, click on the link provided and you will be directed to the screen with the button ” Edit transcript”.

  • Click on “Edit Transcript” to start editing.



2 thoughts on “How to get your free automated transcripts from Scribie”

  1. very cool, but is there a way to optimize my recordings for your particular setup? i.e. i know the google speech api prefers lossless filetypes, e.g. flac, but i have some mp3 and some wav…
    another couple of important things are having a timestamp every so often and importing a lexicon (i use a lot of scientific words in my notes)… speaker diarization would be good too… and all for FREE! hahaha ok but really, i need to optimize my recordings for your setup since they’re generally mp3 …

  2. Our speech recognition engine has been trained on mp3 files. But it’s not really the format which matters, it’s how clear the voices are. You just have to keep the mic as close to your mouth as possible.

    Scientific terminology can be a hit or miss. We do not yet have support for adding a lexicon. But you can use the editor and correct it manually yourself. We do provide another service where we can build a special model just suited for your needs and guaranteed to work well with your files.

    Diarization and time-coding are not yet released. Those will be paid features.

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