it works pretty well within the auphonic engine.
You can playback the sentence you’re reading to correct errors, and it’s possible to download the results as a .vtt file for YouTube.
But I think I’ve just found something better.
The Otter service uses AI to transcribe voice notes. It’s also possible to upload audio files to the program.
The user interface is so much nicer to use.
The playback feature is better, and the accuracy is superior to Google speech to text in the experiments I’ve done so far.
You have to check this out.
If you’re a performer, you might also enjoy the ability to riff into your phone and have an app transcribe the results for future reference.
I’ve just uploaded the voice memo recording of a gig I did in July last year, and Otter has transcribed it for me, for a performance on Friday. Having not thought about the show for six months, I now have a script!
If you’re on zoom calls at the moment, Otter will transcribe your meeting notes, with fully searchable results.
Which apps do you use every week to make your show?