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Audext Video-To-Text Transcription Software

Countless media files get added to the Internet every hour. Whether it’s a webinar, the scene from an all-time favorite movie, presentation, or lecture, you might need to convert a video to text at some point.

Perhaps you have to use the content as notes to study for an exam? Or, maybe you want to set your site apart by adding transcriptions alongside?

When you want to convert video content to text, you can either rely on your own skill and complete it manually or you can leave the job to the Audext transcription tool.

How To Convert Video To Text With Audext In 3 Easy Steps?

Though, truth be told, the first approach is not straightforward at all. By opting to do it manually, you will have to watch it a couple of times while you try to write down what you hear. 

So, why take on an intricate task when you can instead use an affordable tool that can change video to text much faster and at a fraction of the price?

If you’ve been looking for quick ways to transcribe video to text, try Audext! 

This online video transcription software will quickly and easily convert the following video formats: M4V, MP4, WMV, MOV, and 3gp.  

Not many people know that there’s a very easy way to convert videos to text. Most think transcription services are only meant for corporate use. However, in a couple of minutes, you can get your clips in text file format too.

What’s more, it’s so simple. Literally, like 123:

  1. You enter your dashboard (by signing up or log in)
  2. You upload the files that you would like to convert to Audext
  3. You press “Submit”

And that’s it – you have the results of your video to text transcription that you can easily edit and download.

Advantages Of Audext Video Transcription Services

While Audext’s video transcription can help you to complete a very time-consuming (and tedious) job, it can also actually help you to make your website better.

Websites that opt to include a transcript of their video content benefit from better user engagement and a boost in traffic. After all, this makes complete sense as adding more text to your website makes it more searchable for Google and other search engines as well as visitors.

Website visitors also find that the user experience is better when transcripts have been included. For example, if you have a lot of educational videos, including a transcript makes it less challenging for some to assimilate the content. 

Every website will welcome more quality traffic and a better ranking. Audext offers users one of the most straightforward ways to climb those rankings and boost online presence with AI-powered video to text transcription.

Which Video Formats Are Available For Audext Transcription?

With Audext you can transcribe 6 popular video formats:

M4V – secure video file format created by Apple. This media format is mostly used for iTunes video distribution and storage. 

MP4 – one of the most popular compressed multimedia file formats. MP4 often used for streaming video online, storing movies and video clips.

WMV (Windows Media Video) – it’s a compressed format created by Microsoft company. It is the primary file extension for video stored in Windows.

MOV – another multimedia format developed by Apple. The feature that differs this video format from others is that it can contain multiple tracks with different data types.

OGG Video – this file extension is commonly used for webpage videos. 

And last, but not least, 3gp video format – media format that is used to transfer and play video on 3G mobile phones.

More video file extensions are yet to be added to Audext, so keep up with us for the updates!

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Audext FAQ
Can Audext convert video to text?
Audext transcription can convert to text following video formats:

  • OGG video (.OGV)

  • M4V

  • MP4

  • WMV

  • MOV

  • 3gp


We add more formats with each system update, you can see the current list of all available formats here .
How many files can I transcribe with Audext?
You can upload one file to the “New upload” window. Though, once your transcription has started to process you can start a new upload for another video file.
What are the main features of Audext?
The main features of Audext are audio to text transcription and video to text transcription. We also have a built-in editing feature that allows users to edit their transcripts before downloading them.
How to transcribe a YouTube video?
Read this article to learn more about the process. But in short, to transcribe a YouTube video you need to have it as a source file in one of the following extensions:

  • OGG video (.OGV)

  • M4V

  • MP4

  • WMV

  • MOV

  • 3gp


After you find the needed file you can just upload it via the Audext dashboard and get the ready transcription in a couple of minutes (in doc or txt format).
Why Audext is the best transcription software?
There are 3 main reasons:

  1. Audext is the fastest transcription tool. We have our own standard when it comes to transcription speed, as we know how valuable time is.

  2. Audext is cost-effective. With Audext you don’t have to choose between budget and quality, you get both. We have pricing plans for every type of transcription needs as well as an option to create a custom plan for you.

  3. Our built-in editing feature allows you to save even more time! Once the transcript is ready you can edit it right here and your editing progress will be saved automatically with no additional efforts from you.


How long does it take to transcribe video to text document?
The time of transcription depends on the length of the audio file. Our Audext automated standard is 0,35:1, which means that transcription of average 1-hour audio/video file takes 21 minutes to complete.

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