Automatically generate transcripts
Autogenerate transcripts from Greek audio
Amberscript offers one of the most accurate Greek automatic speech recognition (ASR) software platforms today, and we’re thrilled to help millions of people reach new audiences and make their audio accessible.
How to automatically generate Greek transcripts:
1. Upload your video or audio file in Greek. Select the number of speakers and the audio language. Sit back and relax while AI generates the transcript.
2. Edit your file. You’ll receive your transcript text. Easily make any changes in our cloud-based editor.
3. Export your file Whatever formats you need, we’ve got you covered. docx., .txt, .srt, .json, .vtt, or EBU.STL
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Why use automatic speech recognition to turn Greek audio into text?
Automatic transcriptions are relatively new, with most people using them to turn audio into text quickly. However, automatic transcriptions can work for much more, including academic research, employer-to-employee communications, and learning environments.
Automatic transcriptions make content accessible and inclusive. When done correctly, it can give your entire audience a comprehensive grasp of the message you want to send, whether your content is thirty seconds or three hours.
One of the best aspects of ASR technology is that it can help to make the localisation process of your content a lot easier, often a big pain point for organisations. Most people don’t speak more than two languages, and many only know the language they speak natively.
The addition of a technology that opens up the ability to communicate to more people can potentially take businesses to new heights and expand learning opportunities across the globe. This is precisely what Amberscript aims to do.
Our technology is accurate, quick, and revolutionary. Those who utilize our services have their transcriptions in mere minutes, depending on the length, and immediate access to make adjustments and edits as soon as it’s complete. The download process is a breeze, and we offer various formats so you can choose which one will work best for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can you transcribe audio with foreign accents?
Yes, our software is constantly being trained to pick up on accents and know how to understand them. Want to know more about how this works? Read it here!
Do you add timestamps?
Yes, our software automatically adds timestamps, which you can edit if you wish to do so in our online editor.
Do you have a minimum length per file?
No, we do not have a minimum length per file. However, for manual transcription services, we have a minimum order of 20 minutes of transcription, just so we are able to pay our language experts a fair wage. If you are requesting manual transcription for a file with less than 20 minutes, you are still able to do it, but you will be charged for the 20 minutes.
Do you provide bulk discounts?
Yes, we are able to offer a special rate for requests above 100h. Please request a quote here.
Do you transcribe files with multiple speakers?
Yes, our software can transcribe multi-speaker files and can also distinguish different speakers in the transcript. Different speakers will be indicated as “speaker 1”, “speaker 2”, etc. You can rename speakers in the online editor.
How can AI be used for transcription?
A branch of AI is speech recognition technology, which is used by some companies to create virtual personal assistents. Companies like Amberscript train machines to be able to automatically recognize speech, which is the core of the automatic transcription tool.
How can I improve the accuracy of the transcript?
The accuracy can be improved by ensuring that the quality of the audio in your file is the best it can possibly be. Want to know how to optimize your audio? Read it here!
How do automatic transcription services work?
In a few words, the software “listens” to the audio, identifies the words used and returns it into a text format. That is possible through the use of sophisticated speech recognition technology. In brief, such systems are composed of acoustic and linguistic components running on one or several computers. You can read more about it here.