Transcription is the process of converting speech to text. It's possible to do this by converting audio/video recordings into written format.
Transcribing audio is a simple approach to think about the process. Interviews are conducted by audio/video recording, with the interviewer serving as both questioner and recorder. Then the audio/video files are converted into text format known as "transcript". This is the simplest scenario, while there are more complex transcription services like medical documents dictated by physicians, depositions by lawyers, and so on and so forth.
LetsTranscript is a pioneer in the provision of low-cost, accurate transcription services to businesses. Our services cover the whole spectrum of transcription needs, from general, medical, academic, legal, and investigation transcription to general transcription and all in between.
You don't have to spend time or money on captioning when using LetsTranscript. Whatever your role, the subtitle tool offered by LetsTranscript will relieve you of the burden of captioning your videos and other deliverables.
These days, it is nearly impossible to watch a video without seeing the subtitles and/or captions. Adding video subtitles makes your video more accessible to people with disabilities. The subtitles, on the other hand, make it simple for those who watch your video without sound to understand what you're saying.
Subtitles or video captions are terms that are frequently used in the same sentence. But there's a distinction to be made. What you see on screen is accompanied by text in the same language as what is being said. If the original speech was delivered in English, the subtitles would be called English Subtitles. Underlining is the translation of what you see on the screen into another language. Captions and foreign subtitles for your video may both be created by LetsTranscript using the same service.
In the transcription industry, we recognize the need of maintaining HIPAA compliance. At LetsTranscript, we understand the need of protected health information (PHI) very strictly.