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How to transcribe an interview

1. Upload

Upload your audio or video file into our editor. Select the language in the audio and the number of speakers. Our advanced speech recognition engine will start the interview transcription process. Sit back and relax while we do tall the work.

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2. Receive and edit your interview transcript

Automatic interview transcription will be ready in instants. After receiving the interview transcript, you can check and edit it with our user-friendly editor. If you want to outsource the revision to our transcribers, please use our Manual Transcription Services.

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3. Export your interview transcript

We support multiple text formats.  You can export and download your file in:

  • .docx – Microsoft Word file format
  • .json – JavaScript Object Notation
  • .srt – SubRip Subtitle file
  • .vtt – Web Video Text Tracks
  • EBU-STL – European Broadcast Union subtitles
  • .txt – Plain text file
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Three types of transcription

Making an interview transcription is possible in three ways:

Verbatim transcription

Verbatim transcribing means typing out everything, including filler words (uhms and aahs). This is also called literal transcribing. It is often used in qualitative research where human reactions have to be monitored. For example, in psychological examinations or marketing research.

Clean transcription

Clean transcription includes the spoken words but removes filler words, stutters and repetitions. This method is useful if the emotions and intonation of a respondent are not important. The clean (or edited) transcription can be used for an article in the newspaper or for your thesis. This form of transcription is the most common.

Summary transcription

The final type is called “summary transcription”. Interview transcriptions are rarely made using this approach. Summarizing the contents of the transcription is usually done during editing. This form is used, among other things, for rendering meetings.

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