How not to use technology to help with (machine) transcription | Wibble

Here’s the solution I came up with…

I thought I’d share my experiences with the solution I’ve tried in the hope that it might enlighten others. On the face of it, it appears to be a quite straightforward process:

  1. Select a YouTube video you want to transcribe.
  2. Convert it to an audio file (I used Ontiva: free, no registration required).
  3. Convert the audio file to text (I used Sonix: trial account includes 30 free minutes).
  4. Proofread the result.

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