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What is Transcription?

What is Editing?

Transcription is typing exactly what is heard while listening to audio files or video files using strict or standard verbatim and turning them into text documents. Unfortunately, search engines are not capable of indexing audio at this time, so a written transcript of your recording can help boost your web presence. In addition, written transcripts can be used for those who prefer to read rather than listen or the hearing impaired.

Editing is fixing a document by eliminating typos, grammatical, and punctuation errors. In addition, editors make sure the sentences and paragraphs flow easily.

Who Uses Transcribers?

  • Podcasters - It can allow the search engines to read your audio content for keywords to help your audience find you.
     

  • Businesses - If you record interviews, meetings, etc., turn your audio into a transcript.
     

  • YouTubers - YouTube doesn’t read the automatic captions on your videos, and those captions aren’t the most accurate either. When you upload a professional transcript to your video, it can allow the search engines to read your video’s content for keywords to help your audience find you.

Who Uses Editors?

  • Bloggers

  • Writers

  • Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter posters

  • Students

  • Fellow transcribers

  • Handwritten note-takers

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