As technology rapidly advances, many parts of our lives evolve… Now, as changes are being introduced to our personal and professional lives, our vision of the future is more relevant than ever. Automation provides new options for our partners and customers. What do these changes mean for Scribie? Proactively, we’re tackling these questions as our… Continue reading Towards the Future of Transcription: Automation, Specialized Services and Co-Ownership
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… Continue reading New Logo & Upcoming Feature Updates: Deepening our Commitment to Quality Transcription
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… Continue reading Google I/O Announcements: What This Means for Podcasters, Video Producers, and Businesses
For all filmmakers, videographers, and video enthusiasts, it’s the perfect time to reach more people with your artistic vision, discipline, and love for the craft. The viewing habits of your audiences are changing, along with greater demands for accessibility and compelling storytelling. Videos are moving beyond theaters and TVs and are being consumed in all… Continue reading 4 Ways Modern Filmmakers Use Transcripts to Create Successful Productions
Speech and voice recognition software is getting better than ever. In the age of Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant, we expect more advanced transcription software. However, are any of the automatic transcription services good enough for your audio or video? How many times have your automatic transcriptions included potentially grave (and often tragically embarrassing) errors?… Continue reading Human vs. Machine: Should You Use a Manual or Automated Transcription Service?
Explaining High-Difficulty Files At Scribie, we follow a very straightforward process from ordering a transcription to delivering it. You upload a file, select the desired turnaround time and place the order. Next, our transcribers start working on it while you monitor the progress online. Once transcribed, the file is quality checked by our dedicated team and delivered… Continue reading What Qualifies As A High Difficulty File?
You finally decided that you wanted to get that project, business proposal, meeting, interview, etc. transcribed and you have selected Scribie as your choice of company with whom to do business. You select which turnaround option works best for you, but then you get to the payment page and discover you have to prepay. Why can’t you… Continue reading Support for Post Payment by Scribie
Know what’s the first thing that chases potential clients away in the online world? UI complexity. Why? Because things online are supposed to make life easier. Plus, no one has the time or the energy to spend in figuring out how a convoluted system works. The result? They switch to a better, easier website. We, at… Continue reading Default Format That Scribie Offers For Transcription
Ever faced a communication black hole? Let me explain. You come across a service provider who seems responsible, eagerly answers all your questions, and promptly replies to your emails. You are impressed enough to give him the job. But then something changes, and your super-responsive provider goes silent until one fine morning when you see… Continue reading Track Your Transcript In Real-Time With Scribie
Introduction to General Transcription: General Transcription could either be of an interview or a conference call or just a conversation or discussion on a certain topic. The topics can be varied and there is usually more than one speakers. Unlike medical transcription it does not require a formal training or a certification for the company. Skills… Continue reading Career In Transcription Industry