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Convert WAV to Text

Amberscript uses automatic speech recognition (ASR) to quickly convert your WAV file to Text

Transcribe your audio to text in minutes with the help of Amberscript’s AI

Convert WAV to Text

Transcribe WAV to text with Amberscript

Our ASR (automatic speech recognition) technology can automatically convert your WAV to text with high accuracy and speed. Afterwards you can edit the transcripts in our online editor, or order manual transcription, where our professionals will do the check. Our service is truly an audio transcription center, that can convert different audio file formats (WAV, MP3, AAC) to text.

How to convert WAV to text?


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1. Upload your WAV file

Upload your WAV file. Set the language in the audio and the number of speakers. We use AI to transcribe your file in just a couple of minutes.

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Amberscript speech-to-text online editor view

2. Receive & edit your transcript

Automatic audio to text conversion will not take long. After receiving the transcript you can still check and edit it with our user-friendly editor. If you want it to be revised by human transcribers, please use our Manual Transcription Service.

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3. Export to text file

Quickly export your transcript in one of the following formats:

  • Word
  • JSON
  • SRT
  • VTT
  • EBU-STL
  • Text

Advantages of transcribing WAV to text

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Easy

Easily search through your text and find relevant parts

SEO
SEO

Use your text to optimize your content for better search ranking

EDIT
Edit

Once audio is recorded – you can’t adjust what was said. With text that’s not the issue

Research
Research

Having a transcript is necessary to perform qualitative research

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Translate

Translation of your document becomes so much easier with text

Fast

Working with text is much quicker and easier, than with audio.

Advantages of transcribing WAV to text

We support multiple audio file types

Need to convert other file type?
  • AAC

    Advanced Audio Coding is a lossy digital audio compression format. Originally was supposed to replace the MP3 format, as it offers higher sound quality at the same bit rate. Read more on how to convert AAC to text.

  • DSS

    Digital Speech Standard developed in 1994 to store voice audio data in a highly compressed format. Used primarily for digital dictation recorders, thanks to basic recording functionality and the ability to enter into overwrite mode.

  • FLAC

    Free Lossless Audio Codec is a lossless compression format of digital audio. Files compressed using this format can be reduced by 50 to 70 percent of their original size and contain an identical copy of the original audio data. More about converting FLAC to text here.

  • M4A

    It’s a MPEG-4 audio file encoded with AAC or ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec). Most commonly used for audio content like songs, podcasts, or audiobooks. Convert the M4A file to text.

  • MP3

    MPEG-1/2 Audio Layer III is one of the most popular coding formats for digital audio. Uses lossy data compression. This allows a significant reduction of file size compared to the source audio. More information about converting MP3 to text is here.

  • WAV

    Waveform Audio File Format was developed by IBM and Microsoft and originally was used on Microsoft Windows systems for storing raw and uncompressed audio. Convert your WAV to text.

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. 

  • 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 do I export my transcript?

    To export your transcript, simply click the “Export” button in the online editor on the top left of the screen. Choose your preferred text format in the pop-up screen and then click export and your text file will automatically download. 

  • How do I get more accurate transcripts?

    The quality of the audio greatly affects the accuracy of the transcripts, for both manual and automatic transcriptions. In our blog you can read about how you can easily improve your audio quality.

  • What file formats are accepted?

    Our software supports all popular audio and video formats, including MP3, MP4, WAV, AAC, WMA and M4A.

  • What is the turnaround time?

    Our state-of-the-art speech engine delivers results in less than an hour (depending on the size of the file, it can also just take a few minutes). Just upload your audio into our system and we will notify you as soon as the file is ready! if you would like to learn about turnaround times for our manual transcription services, click here.

  • What is transcription?

    Transcription is the process of converting speech or audio into a text format. Captions and subtitles are formatted to be shown in video, while a transcript is plain text. 

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