Category: Automatic Speech Recognition

How To Record And Transcribe Lectures In Four Easy Steps

How To Record And Transcribe Lectures In Four Easy Steps

“Remain firm about your goals, but flexible about your methods.” – William A. Donohue Virtual learning is a new experience for most of us. While some are to resume face-to-face classes, many aren’t anticipating this change anytime soon. How is it working for you? Perhaps, you’re a teacher who’s looking to find ways to make …

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Scribie Tech Updates: New Speaker Turn Model Released

Scribie Tech Updates: New Speaker Turn Model Released

‘The riskiest thing we can do is just maintain the status quo.”  — Bob Iger Here at Scribie, we’re committed to providing high-quality transcripts consistently and in the most convenient way possible. When listening to an audio file and transcribing it, it’s essential to identify who is talking, particularly when multiple speakers are involved. This …

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National Novel Writing Month: Work Efficiently Through Dictation and Transcription

National Novel Writing Month: Work Efficiently Through Dictation and Transcription

It’s an exciting month. There’s No-Shave November, Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and for the writers inside of us screaming – it’s the National Novel Writing Month! The National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is an annual event for writers all over the world. Writers sign up (it’s free) and write a 50,000-word novel between November …

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Speech Recognition Engine Improvements

Speech Recognition Engine Improvements

“The technology you use impresses no one. The experience you create with it is everything.” – Sean Gerety Scribie is known for producing accurate transcripts. This won’t be possible through the help of our professional transcribers and technology. For a while now, we at Scribie have been working on our very own Speech Recognition Engine, …

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Scribie Transcription: How File Difficulty Levels Work

Scribie Transcription: How File Difficulty Levels Work

Scribie transcribers, are you looking to learn more about the difficulty level label? You’re in the right place. As you know, we’re committed to delivering at least 99% accuracy, regardless of the audio file.  Now, some files are easier to work with, while others can be tricky. In any case, we aim to consistently deliver …

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Scribie’s Four-Step Process: Key to High-Quality Transcription

Scribie’s Four-Step Process: Key to High-Quality Transcription

How do you choose the right transcription service? Our customers tend to consider the cost, turnaround time, manual vs automated processes and more… Beyond all factors, you could be more interested in accuracy. Considering your specific needs, who should you trust? Is Scribie the right provider for your use cases? We’ll break down your options …

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New Logo & Upcoming Feature Updates: Deepening our Commitment to Quality Transcription

New Logo & Upcoming Feature Updates: Deepening our Commitment to Quality Transcription

I am proud to share updates around the Scribie product and brand. You might have noticed some visual changes and expect that more product upgrades are on the way. For now, we’re thrilled to feature Scribie’s new logo, which you’ll now find throughout the website: Our intent and concept for this icon is to symbolize …

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How To Correct Automated Transcripts With Our Editor

How To Correct Automated Transcripts With Our Editor

We provide a browser based-editor which can be used to quickly correct the automated transcripts. Click the Edit Transcript button to launch it. The first thing you will notice is the audio waveform at the top. That is the audio player.  Clicking anywhere on it will take you to the corresponding word in the transcript. …

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Improved Automated Transcripts

Improved Automated Transcripts

Our latest speech and language models have been released. There are several new features in this release. The following is a list: Acoustic Model: This is our fourth acoustic model trained on our data. The dataset contained mostly accented speakers (eg. Indian, African, Irish etc.). It also contained some noisy files. The accuracy of the …

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Continual Learning for Speech-to-Text

Continual Learning for Speech-to-Text

Flawless transcripts and fast turnaround time are the hallmarks of Scribie. Not only are our transcripts highly accurate, but also priced reasonably. But have you ever wondered what makes that possible? The answer lies in constantly improving our speech-to-text engine, which assists our transcribers. We provide automatic word completion to our transcribers, and the better …

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