Converting Podcasts To Text Is Easy!
If you are a podcaster, a newbie journalist or simply looking to do some audio editing at home, then Audext is the tool for you. It became more clear that auto-leveling is not only smart but a game-changing approach to amateur podcasting.
Podcasters get episode transcripts for a great SEO boost, and of course, the captions upgrade allows any transcript to be synced to video recordings to create onscreen subtitles or captions.
Human-based transcription services still generate transcripts that are full of errors, misunderstandings, and nonsensical statements. The more arcane or technical the discussion is the more voices on the podcast — the worse it can have.
If you really want your transcript to be good, try Audext!
Advanced AI algorithms provide you with fast and reliable automatic audio to text converter.
Why Podcasters Love Audext Podcast Transcription Software?
There are actually a couple of reasons to use AI-powered software like Audext to transcribe podcasts to text.
The first reason is that the text version of the podcast is a great option to organically increase your blog’s rankings. As search engines are far more “friendly” with text content than with audio. So having a correct and engaging text version of your audio podcast is a great way to promote your website and expose it to the larger audience.
The second reason is that automatic transcription is way faster than the manual one. We even have our own so-called “Audext transcription standard” – the time it takes to convert 1-hour audio to text – and we’re proud to keep it an average on 21 minutes of transcription per hour of the audio file.
The last, but not least, is that you can edit your transcripts right in the Audext account and download text file fully prepared for publishing.
How To Create Podcast Transcript Using Audext?
With Audext it’s getting really easy to create a transcript for your podcast. You don’t need to download the software or spend a lot of time to install and set it up. The process is quite straightforward:
1. Login to your Audext account (or create one and get 30 minutes of a free trial);
2. Hit the “New Upload” button;
3. Upload audio in one of the available formats;
4. Add the speakers’ names and hit the “Submit” button;
5. Edit result transcription before downloading it in .txt or .doc file format.