Google I/O Announcements: What This Means for Podcasters, Video Producers, and Businesses

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Wondering what Google I/O’s 2019 announcements could mean for your business?

We follow the variety of developments from major technology players like Google, Microsoft, Apple, and Amazon. We monitor trends to stay on top of the latest and greatest, making sure that we’re in the position to deliver the best transcription service offering.

Recently, the latest installment of Google I/O concluded. This annual developer conference showcases developments around hardware, software, services, and other updates. On stage during the main keynote, Google mentioned the following notable features:

  • Live Captions, which can automatically create captions for audio and videos. The feature can be used offline.
  • Podcast episodes will now show up in Google searches.

When enabled, Android Q’s Live Captions feature adds real-time captions to any audio or video playing on your phone.

Source: The Verge

At Google’s I/O developer conference, the company also quickly mentioned that Google Search would begin indexing podcasts. If you’re a podcaster, your episodes appear as playable and actionable entries within relevant search results.

If you’re wondering what that looks like, check this out:

Source: NiemanLab

Implications of the Emerging Tech

While it’s evident that it’ll be easier for folks to find podcasts online, it’s unclear what this means for the podcasting community. Google shared little about this announcement.

Definitely, though, this is solid proof that captions and accessibility are becoming a cornerstone in modern society. For instance, more successful video streaming sites and social video posts now noticeably include captions.

Why do captions matter? Captions and transcripts are critical for reaching a wider audience (including hard-of-hearing, non-native English speakers, and those who prefer watching without sound). In fact, 85 percent of social videos are watched with the sound off.

When it comes to watch time, subtitled videos increase view time by more than 12% and are watched an average 91% to completion. In comparison, videos without subtitles are only watched 66% to completion. When subtitles are included, 80% more people watch videos to completion.

The Reality of Live Captions

If you’ve seen YouTube’s auto CC feature in action, you can guess the accuracy level of live captions.

The University of Minnesota Duluth shares,

“YouTube automatic captions typically provides about 60-70% accuracy, which means that 1 in 3 words can be wrong. This accuracy rate will be improved with good audio quality and simple content, but worsens when there is background noise, accents, or multi-syllable words.”

Should you use an automated transcription service such as Google’s Live Captions?

For producers, this means that your productions could display captions with embarrassing or crucial errors.

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Transcription software doesn’t have language inference systems. Without this tech, the machine won’t be able to make corrections based on context, as well as identify different speakers, appropriate paragraph breaks, punctuation marks, capitalization, quotations, and more. Live Captions’ capabilities are also pared down to accommodate your phone’s memory. (Speaking of which, this feature will be available on select devices only).

Privacy and control are concerns as well. Whenever one uses free (gratis) services, there’s a question of how the operation is funded. For example, you can use TikTok as a free video sharing platform, but agreeing to their terms means giving them permission to use your videos for their online ads.

Another thing, your live captions and automated transcriptions cannot be downloaded and saved for later review. They also can’t be edited. The Verge mentions in a Live Captions report,

“They’re there when the content is playing and gone when it’s done.”

There also seem to be no plans to let Live Captions support transcriptions.

The Cost of Low-Quality Transcriptions

While there are reasonable use cases for free, automated transcripts, it’s not for everyone. You’ll easily end up paying far more for the cost of errors.

Brands would lean towards high-quality transcripts to remain compliant with brand guidelines. TV Show subtitles, for example, can benefit from a transcription by hand.

Some content, such as medical and scientific papers are high stakes and need to have a human review and type out the correct findings. Manual transcription is also crucial for court transcripts, depositions, and other legal documents.

Who are manual transcripts for?

If you’re still on the fence between human vs. machine closed caption and transcription services, this summary may help:

Manual transcription services are ideal for enterprises and established brands, as well as the following industries:

  • Research
  • Media
  • Education
  • Marketing
  • Legal

Despite the cost of manual vs. free automatic transcription, a skilled transcription specialist can save you money. Mistakes by automated transcription software can be costly. A missing punctuation mark once caused a NASA rocket’s engine failure and ended up costing $620 million. Yikes!

Setting Your Work Apart

Your audience can distinguish auto-generated transcriptions and give it generic, baseline treatment. Accurate and well-written captions or transcripts are a mark of quality productions, created mindfully with empathy towards audiences.

Live Captions, as mentioned earlier, also can’t be downloaded as a copy for repurposing or post-production editing.

As an editor, you might also miss the time-codes and timestamps feature provided by transcription services.

Although Live Captions does improve accessibility, it doesn’t help your SEO. Google knows if you didn’t invest in transcription, giving higher-quality productions higher SERP ranking treatment.

Human Parity

Speech and voice recognition software is advancing, but human transcribers are better at discerning the context of a webinar, podcast, or any type of video content.

There's a technical term used in AI called human parity. It measures how close AI is to humans in terms of performance. Automatic transcripts may be quick, but they eventually need intervention by hand for an error-free copy.

Scribie, a professional transcription and closed captioning service, has a unique defining feature that helps guarantee 99% accuracy: Scribie’s Four-Step Process. (Usually, other transcription services only offer a single or two-step process that leave room for errors.)

Sribie’s quality assurance system is meritocratic, meaning each subsequent step is accomplished by a more skilled transcriber. This is why Scribie’s system can be described as a super-human parity system.

Fun fact: Each second of the audio is played an average of 8 times before being delivered to the customer.

On top of those, as a Scribie customer, you’ll be able to edit your transcript in our online editor, save your transcribed file in various formats, and/or upload them directly to your content-sharing platform.

See the difference for yourself. Upload your audio/video file.

3 Ways to Add Captions to Your YouTube Videos

3 Ways to Add Captions to Your YouTube Videos

As a content creator on YouTube, you want to see your channel grow.

Your success on YouTube can be greatly affected by adding captions to your videos.

It can act as a secret weapon to promoting your videos on different channels, repurposing content, ranking higher on search engines, and making your videos accessible to a wider community.

In fact, PLYMedia found that subtitled videos increase view time by more than 12% and are watched an average 91% to completion. On the other hand, videos without subtitles are only watched 66% to completion. When subtitles are included, 80% more people watch videos to completion.

See more interesting stats for why captions matter for YouTube.

You may think that adding captions to your YouTube videos is a huge investment in effort and cost, however, it can be quite easy and reasonably-priced!

Find out how to add captions to YouTube and your videos, whether you like being hands on doing-it-yourself or prefer outsourcing to specialists. Here are 3 different efficient and cost-effective ways for captioning, including numerous methods and tools for each.

Learn more about DIY options, automatic transcription software, and closed caption services for generating your video captions.

Let Scribie do the work. Order transcripts of your YouTube videos or upload subtitles to your videos.

Do-It-Yourself

One way of adding captions is to manually enter them into systems. You can write captions yourself into video editing software, such as YouTube’s video editor, Final Cut Pro X or Compressor.

In Final Cut Pro X, you can create captions for your video right in the timeline, or you can import them into your project through a text file. If you’re adding captions in your video editor, you can adjust, arrange, and edit them in the timeline. You can then share the video with embedded captions and publish on YouTube.

However, the manual method of typing and editing to perfection can be slow-moving and inconvenient. There is also a potential for more errors in your captions.

Another way to DIY captions is to create an SRT or VTT file. You can create these files in a number of different ways, such as in a text editor or through YouTube.

If you’re looking to add captions to your YouTube video, or other platform, they usually require specific file formats, like an SRT or VTT format. These are plain-text files that contain timestamps next to your text to ensure that your subtitles are displayed at the right time in your video.

Besides YouTube, SRT and VTT files will also work with most platforms and social media sites. All you’ll need is a single SRT or VTT file and you can upload it to your video on multiple platforms.

To create a text file, open your text editor (for Mac) or Notepad (for Windows), start a new document, type out the words, and make a note of timings. See the format here.

You can add SRT file subtitles to your videos with video editing software like Camtasia. This will mean that the subtitles will be hardcoded into your video file. A downside to this is that you won’t enjoy the SEO benefits and engagement that your shared video can otherwise enjoy with other captioning methods.

Automatic Transcriptions

Speech-to-text (STT) apps can automatically transcribe your video audio to text.

Some video editors include STT features for your video’s narration or dialogue.

Youtube also offers automatic transcription services. You can upload your video to YouTube and download the transcript.

However, the chance of automatic transcriptions coming out perfectly accurate is slim. The level of accuracy will vary based on factors like accents, background noise, and distortion. If you do decide to transcribe your video automatically for captions, you’ll have to carefully review and verify accuracy afterwards.

Closely evaluate the costs of errors and additional work required. Also, note that YouTube’s auto transcripts are reportedly not indexed by Google search. So, you won’t be able to take advantage of the SEO benefits of captioning.

If you’re getting captions for your promo video or personal vlog, you might as well add captions that have SEO value.

Manual Transcription Services

You can also completely hand off the task.

Without having to deal with erroneous automated captions or creating and adding captions yourself, you can hire professional transcribers, instead.

Order manual transcription online from Scribie or other similar services. (Scribie has the lowest flat rates, charged per audio minute, with the most feature-packed plans.) On Scribie, you can even download a file copy containing your captions and directly upload your captions to YouTube.

However, other transcription companies, like Rev or GoTranscript, require complicated processes and leave the caption uploading task to you.

Here’s a quick rundown of how you can add captions to YouTube with Scribie:

  1. Easily import your YouTube link or video file.
  2. Order a transcript.
  3. Once transcribed files are ready, hit on the “Save to YouTube” button.

Voilà!

Your captions have now been added to your video.

Ordering captions from transcription services ensure that your caption’s accuracy is 98% and above.

Over to You

Considering the deaf and hard-of-hearing, playing a video with sound isn’t always a possibility, as well. That’s why up to 85 percent of social videos are watched without sound.

If you want to create and directly add captions to your published YouTube videos, Scribie saves you time, money, and effort. Get video captions when you need it, and pay as you go.

Request a transcript and Scribie gives you an SRT or VTT text file version of your video content within a few hours or less. With YouTube integration, you can directly upload files to videos from Scribie.

Ready to try Scribie? Order a transcript or add captions to your YouTube videos today!

How to Get More Youtube Views by Maximizing Your Existing Videos

How to Get More Youtube Views by Maximizing Your Existing Videos

As a YouTube creator, you want more subscribers, watch time, views, and clicks to your website.

Ultimately, your success on YouTube either helps you generate ad revenue or promote your brand (whether you’re selling bags, cosmetics, or business tools). Given your goals, how do you grow your YT channel in 2019 and beyond?

I’ll discuss actionable steps and YouTube insider tricks that can help instantly boost your view count.

Discover how you can promote your videos on different channels, repurpose content, and why getting transcripts of your videos are a Youtuber’s secret weapon.

The Value of Text

You trust written content. After all, despite Google’s speech recognition powers, SEO still relies on the written word.

As a result, you strive to write and remix your video content into metadata (title, description, tags, etc)… or you just completely miss out on these optimization and distribution opportunities.

Because you’ve invested so much in producing your videos, you want to make sure that they’re found! If they fall on deaf ears, that ultimately hurts your mission and bottom line.

At the moment, you could be working on YouTube on your own or occasionally getting help. In this article, I’ll expound on the kind of help that you can get from professionals who specialize in areas that you would rather (and should) delegate.

Let Scribie’s professionals do the work. Order transcripts of your YouTube videos or upload subtitles to your videos.

What YouTube Looks like in 2019

We know we’re preaching to the choir. You’ve been publishing regularly (perhaps for more than a year now). In any case, let’s revisit the value of YouTube and what the landscape looks like. These facts, trends, and statistics enable us to review your opportunities.

You might know that YouTube is the 2nd(!) most popular search engine. Coincidentally, did you also know that YouTube is the 2nd most popular website on earth (at the time of writing)?

Given its influence, the leading video platform happens to be a lucrative income source (directly or indirectly). How much can YouTubers make? Typically composed of small teams or solo creators, top YouTubers are worth between $10M to $20M. Looking at the other side of the spectrum, businesses like Adobe and Cisco depend on YouTube as a marketing channel.

In other words, YouTube isn’t going down. You’re investing in the right place so you better double down.

How Transcription Services Can Change Your YouTube Game

As mentioned before, you can’t ignore the value of text. As Youtubers, you’ll still need to input text, whether as video captions, in your description and tags, or even when sharing videos on your social accounts.

A transcript of your YouTube video allows you to repurpose content. Why is repurposing content so magical?

First of all, you save time. You get to promote more even when creating less.

According to Buffer, you can repurpose the content in your video to get an SEO boost, reach more audiences, gain authority, and reinforce your message.

All The Ways You Can Repurpose Your YT Video

Through a transcription service that will turn your recordings into text, like Scribie, you can repurpose your video content in a multitude of ways. Awesome, yes?

Adding the (tiresome but essential) metadata like tags and descriptions to your YouTube video becomes easier.

This also lets you distribute your content to a multitude of channels. Use the text version of your video recording to create:

  • new blog posts and articles,
  • a presentation,
  • social media posts,
  • Quora answers,
  • emails,
  • an ebook, and more!

You can also use the text to add subtitles/captions to your videos and become more accessible to a wider audience, as well as boost watch time and your viewer’s experience.

Beef Up YouTube Video Descriptions

Optimizing the metadata or descriptions in your YouTube videos increase the chances of you being found online. Add the right keywords, including LSI keywords, and tags to help your SEO and to rank higher on search results. (LSI keywords are keywords related to your main keyword.)

Here’s how: Plug your transcript into a word cloud (like this) to discover keywords and tags you can use for YouTube SEO.

Check out this interview by Video Influencers which nicely sums up what I’ve been talking about.

Youtuber Daniel suggests these three YouTube hacks to skyrocket your views.

1. LSI Keywords

Besides using your main keywords in your title and such, use LSI keywords in your description. LSI keywords are additional bits of information that relate to your actual content or keyword topic.

For example, if your main keyword is “transcription services”, LSI keywords can include “transcription software”, “human transcription services”, “best transcription services”, etc.

2. Share Function on YouTube

Source: Video Influencers

Don’t stick to one platform.

YouTube is competitive. You’ll need to promote, be social, and push your content out on as many channels and platforms to get the most eyeballs.

Create accounts based on the various platforms available on YouTube’s Share function, and share your video on all of these as it goes live. Use your transcript to create captions or blog posts for sharing. Cherry pick sentences from the transcript to turn into social posts. Turn the transcript into draft points for your blog post.

YouTube loves the backlinking, helping with your views and ranking. Plus, your building communities and exposing more to your content.

3. Suggested Videos

You may want to rank on the first page, but it’s also all about the suggested videos sidebar right now. To get on that sidebar, find the top results for your main keyword on YouTube, get their channel names, and use them as the last two tags of your video. This signals YouTube that your content is similar to theirs.

Cool hacks, right?

How to Upload Your Captions Directly to YouTube

Adding subtitles or captions to your YouTube videos help more viewers enjoy your content. This ultimately boosts watch time and engagement.

With captions, your audience can watch your videos on the bus, in a busy cafe, or wherever they are that may not be as conducive to YouTube watching. It also opens up your content to a more global audience.

Through Scribie, you can directly upload captions to your YouTube video in a few steps:

  1. Add your YouTube URL to import your video on Scribie.
  2. Verify and hit Order Transcript.
  3. Once the transcribed files are ready, click on the “Save to YouTube” button next to the other save options.
  4. Enter the YouTube URL of the video in the pop-up.
  5. Authorize Scribie to upload the captions to your channel.

That’s it! Your captions will then be added to the video on Youtube.

See more detailed instructions and screenshots of the step-by-step process of adding subtitles using Scribie.

Over to You

Start turning your YouTube videos intro transcripts and make it a habit.

You don’t have to do it yourself. Scribie can be your transcription partner for text versions of your video content and for adding captions to your YouTube videos.

After investing in creating a transcript, fuel the discipline of repurposing, promoting your content, and implementing SEO.

Ready to try Scribie? Order a transcript or add captions to your YouTube videos today!

Video SEO for Absolute Beginners (7 actionable Steps)

Video SEO

You hear about how video is the next big thing all the time.

I believe that this is completely untrue.

Video is ALREADY the BIG thing that people have been citing for years now.

YouTube is the second biggest search engine on the face of the earth. Not Bing.

Let that fact sink in.

Continue reading “Video SEO for Absolute Beginners (7 actionable Steps)”

Podcast transcriptions ( 5 reasons why should totally you do it)

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Having decided to be a podcaster, you have taken a lot of effort to get your podcasts out there. So why not transcribe your podcasts.

You’ve done the research, set yourself up technically, recorded a brilliant episode and released it to the world.

Now, why not multiply the rewards of your effort even more by transcribing your podcast content? Continue reading “Podcast transcriptions ( 5 reasons why should totally you do it)”

Adding Subtitles to Your Videos is No Longer Optional

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Transcription and Subtitles in 2017

If you’re reading this, you may be asking yourself why should I bother to add subtitles to my videos? They are just videos after all; a visual aid. It’s simple to just watch the video, get the information or content in that manner and go about your merry way. Well, it isn’t that simple. In this day and age, it’s vital to add subtitles to your videos. Let’s discuss a few reasons why. Continue reading “Adding Subtitles to Your Videos is No Longer Optional”

Two Easy SEO Tips (That Actually Work)

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Audio Transcription and SEO

Brian Dean (Backlinko) is an internationally recognized entrepreneur and SEO expert.  He recently put together a massive list of 201 actionable SEO tips that are sure to provide inspiration to SEO veterans and novices alike. 

We’ve picked out two tips that Scribie can immediately help you execute and give your SEO a huge boost. 

  1. Transcribing Audio into Text (or Vice Versa)
  • At $0.75/min, Scribie offers audio transcription at 99% accuracy. This is the best rate/value in the industry. Other transcription services may offer low prices but ultimately fail to deliver on accuracy—don’t compromise the accuracy of your content.
    • Offering a blogger a text version of their podcast or video is a great way to build relationships with other bloggers. Note: Brian cautions against asking for a reciprocal backlink as this goes against Google’s guidelines. 
  • Audio Transcription of Videos
    • You can have the best [Insert Your Product Here] video on YouTube, but in order to fully take advantage of it, you have to transcribe the dialogue. This tells Google what the content in your video is about and will help funnel more qualified traffic your way.
    • Also, we would like to note that audio transcription provides a valuable service to people with disabilities. By including an accurate transcript you are ensuring the accessibility of your content to millions of people who would otherwise not be exposed to it. 
    • Scribie can provide subtitle files in SubRip (.srt) and SubViewer (.sbv) formats. All you have to do is paste your video link into our multi-format importer, place your order and we’ll do the rest. Once your file is done transcribing, upload it to your YouTube or Vimeo (or other video sharing service) and you will now have optimized and SEO friendly content.  

If you’re interested in more of Brian’s techniques check out his blog below. 

Source: 201 Powerful SEO Tips (That Actually Work)

Transcribing Your Video is Crucial For Content Marketing Strategy

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Transcribe Your Videos And Get More Traffic

Businesses today are always looking for new ways to stand out.  You want to keep your current customers and you also want to draw in new ones.  There are a variety of ways to do this and using videos is just one of those ways.  However, if you’re not using the video to your advantage, you may be doing more harm than good.

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With all of the possible marketing strategies out there, one that may be overlooked is audio transcription.  You’re probably thinking: “Why do I need to have my video transcribed?  People are just watching it after all aren’t they?”  Well, yes and no.  Here are a few reasons why transcribing your video is so important.

One key reason to have your video transcribed is accessibility.  Think of those who might be in an atmosphere in which they can’t listen to the video, i.e. work; having the words right there along with the video makes it easier for them to still get all of the information included.  There are also those who are hearing-impaired. Transcribed script allows for all potential customers to have the access to your content.

Another area is customer experience.  This allows customers to follow along with the video and if later there’s a certain part of the video they want to go back to, instead of playing it over again, they can just find it in the transcript.  It also allows them to easily share content with friends, family or co-workers.

Similarly, there are those out there who would rather not watch the videos.  It could be more time consuming for them to sit through a video than if they have a transcript they can read faster.  There’s also the possibility that some may just scan the transcript for information and take with them the things that are important to them.  Even if you don’t want script scrolling close to your video, you have the option of putting your transcript on a separate page and posting a link with the video.  You can highlight key areas to ensure that consumers are getting the best information possible.

One of the biggest reasons to have your video transcribed is due to Search Engine Optimization or SEO for short.  If you just post a video online, and let’s say it’s without a title, how is Google supposed to help you?  No title means there’s no way of knowing what is the content of your video.  Even if you have a title, that’s only a few words for Google to utilize.  The more content you have, the better chances your business has of being found and of being indexed higher on the list of searches by customers.search-engine-optimization-1359430_640

Of course, depending on the length of your video, transcribing it can be time-consuming.  If you add in multiple speakers, it could take you or your co-workers a long time to get it done.  That time could cost you potential customers and valuable online presence.  That’s where a top transcription service like Scribie comes in.  With a variety of options and turnaround times, you could have your video and corresponding transcript up and running in no time.

Why Is Transcription Important For Online Tutorials And E- Learning

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Online Learning & Transcription

As the world is waking up to the immense possibilities of e-learning and online tutorials, transcription is witnessing a surge in popularity. This is largely due to the flexibility that transcription offers, which in turn facilitates the learning process. But why exactly are students banking on transcriptions while learning through online tutorials? Here are a few reasons:digital-learning

1. Easy comprehension

Having a transcript right in front of the eye helps students understand better while listening to an audio. The process engages a multi-sensory tutorial method, which is efficient especially in explaining complex subjects.

2. Great for students learning English as a second language

Many students from across the world are turning to the Internet to get a grip on the English language. Transcription in such cases has proven to be an effective learning aid. It lets the students, who are obviously not too familiar with the language, understand the words more clearly. Transcripts also help students keep up with the various accents of teachers and professors, which is not too uncommon among people hailing from the different parts of the world.

3. Helps students stay focused

Bite-sized information, including shorter videos enhanced with transcribed copies, is always more desirable when explaining concepts. Students find the highlighted texts in transcripts effective in holding their attention than the video alone would be able to.

4. Effective for students with poor Internet connectivity

Low Internet bandwidth is an issue that many students face. This is common with online learning as students hail from various corners of the world where Internet connectivity is not always available at the desired speed. It also allows the students the ability to read ahead even when the video is slow to load.

5.  Multiple usages

Apart from being used as subtitles to a video, transcriptions can be used in their own accord. In other words, depending upon their format, students can download and print transcribed documents and use them as study material.

There is little doubt that transcription is an important aspect of the e-learning process. But, it is not the students alone who benefit from it. Even the e-learning providers can help their online business by using the transcribed files to enhance their on-page SEO. This is applicable for all the material that they make available online. In case you are looking for assistance with your transcription, we can help. Start uploading files today and enjoy flawless transcription service delivered within budget and time.

YouTube Video Transcription

Transcription has come a long way. Nowadays, you can have a variety of audio files transcribed into various formats to meet your needs. You also have your pick of companies to do the service for you depending on your needs. However, there’s another type of format that some may not even think about when it comes to transcription.

In this digital age, more and more of us are using videos, whether it’s to save on time or you find it easier than typing out what you have to say. The question then arises, what do you do if you need those words? How can you get your videos, in particular, your YouTube videos, put into word form? You’re in luck because today’s blog post will discuss some benefits of transcribing your YouTube videos and the best ways to accomplish this feat.

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One benefit of having your YouTube videos transcribed is accessibility. It doesn’t take much to realize that there are a lot of videos on YouTube. It is believed that more than 1 billion people use the services, with each minute seeing 300 hours of video being uploaded to the site. Google indexes their videos and by having them more accessible that means people with hearing disabilities or from varying countries around the globe can utilize the information. The other side of that is by having your video accessible to more viewers, the higher Google ranks the video.

On top of accessibility, some of you may want to draw more audiences to your videos. If you have a transcript for your YouTube video, it adds search engine optimization (SEO) strength to the video. Whether it is for accessibility reasons or audience draws, having accurate transcription allows for keyword optimization and it means search engines don’t have to rely on your title and description alone to know the content of your video.

Justin Bieber SorryOkay, you can see some of the benefits of having your YouTube videos transcribed and YouTube actually provides a free service to do just that for you. While some videos can be transcribed in YouTube, there are certain limitations, such as the number of speakers and audio quality. Also, if you aren’t computer savvy, saving the transcript into text form could be a little confusing as it gives it to you in an HTML format. Not to mention, the accuracy of this type of transcribing is limited to what it thinks it hears in the audio. The result is that the concept of your video could come off in the wrong light or image.

It is possible to take matters into your own hands. There are countless webinars and tutorials on YouTube and the web that could show you how to do this on your own, but let’s be honest, that could take a lot of time out of your already busy schedule. Not only do you have to transcribe your video, but you also have to research the best way to do it. You may not have the time to do this or even want to do this.

A good option for your YouTube transcription needs is Scribie. All you need to do is provide the link to your video when you select to upload a file and you will get a transcription file with a 98% or higher accuracy. Scribie offers a variety of rates and turnaround times with a variety of extras included in the price such as multiple speakers, speaker tracking, and word documents. Click here to see for yourself! Most other services will charge you extra for those things. Consider Scribie for your YouTube or any other transcription needs today.