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You can transcribe interviews in almost any language and accent (+119 available to date).
We recognize when a speaker changes. You just have to add their name.
Highlighting and Comments Tools
Our integrated marking tools allow you to highlight and insert comments on key sentences.
Export in different formats
You can easily export in Word, TXT and PDF.
On Happy Scribe, you can share a view-only page of your transcript.
Are you collecting data for your student dissertation? Do you have dozens of interviews to listen to and interpret? Transcribing audio to text saves you time in this already lengthy process. On average, a 1-hour interview takes 5 hours to manually transcribe. Happy Scribe can save you up to 70% of that time.
Transcribing a complex and lengthy lecture recording to text gives you an easy way to review everything that was said. This also allows you to put away your notebook and concentrate on what is being said. The result is better comprehension of a topic.
Do you need to interpret all the data from your interviews and focus groups to write your thesis or dissertation? It is much easier to collate data and find themes when skimming and scanning the written transcript in word. An impossible task if you are just listening to audio clips.
Finding specific information in a transcript is much quicker than listening to long audio files. Simply browse through large amounts of qualitative data.
It is easy to misinterpret what an interviewee has said whilst just listening to a recording. Reading a transcript can ensure a more accurate understanding of the data and provide a quality analysis.
Transcribed word documents are easier to store and access at a later date, ensuring you can use the information you’ve already collected for future projects.
Looking at a written record of your interview gives you a chance to see how often you cut your interviewer off and may show that you aren’t asking concise questions. A self-analysis of your style could make you a more professional interviewer and nab you a better story.