All transcription services are the same…
Wrong… there are significant differences between different types of transcription services available, this blog explores these differences.
This is where the transcriber can omit parts of the audio file as long as the meaning of the recording does not change. Like verbatim this type of transcription is quite time-consuming because the transcriber must be able to differentiate between what is important and what is not important.
Examples of where this type of transcription is used: Speeches, conferences, seminars, tutorials.
This is where the transcriber does not need to include emotions, half sentences or mumbled words. This type of transcription often takes longer as it involves the transcriber having a complete understanding of what the speaker is trying to convey.
This is probably the most difficult and time consuming of all types of transcription services., this is because it involves transcribing each word, laugh, emotion, background noise or mumbles.
The transcriber must pay very close attention to all of the sounds on the audio file, including understanding emotions or making out mumbled noises.
Examples of where this type of transcription is used: Legal proceedings, movies, films, and commercials.
Each type of transcription requires a highly skilled transcriber to be able to decipher and convey the correct message in written format.