TRANSCRIPTION, CAPTIONING & TRANSLATION SERVICES
100% Human Transcription and Translation.
High Quality, Reliability, and Affordable
General business topics of interviews, You Tube videos, webinars, seminars, speeches, lectures, coaching and more.
Journalists interviewing entrepreneurs, politicians and celebrities
University students and academics interviews
Corporate board meetings, annual meetings, speeches and analyst interviews
Conference presentations and panel interviews
Telecasts and teleseminars
Content for e-books
Market research discussions
CATEGORIES/TYPES OF TRANSCRIPT:
STANDARD FORMAT TRANSCRIPTION
- clear audio with no background noise.
VERBATIM FORMAT TRANSCRIPTION
- clear audio with no background noise
- With 1-3 days TAT depending on the volume and quality of the audio/videos.
- with 4 or more speakers, low quality recording, background noises, cross-talk conversations, interruptions, and low voices.
WITH TIME STAMPING OR TIME CODING
with TIME CODE FOR EVERY SPEAKER CHANGE or FOR 5 MINUTES INTERVAL.
This requires converting voice-recorded reports from lawyers and legal professionals into text format. It requires knowledge of legal terms to ensure accuracy. They include, but are not limited to the following:
Official court hearings
General legal correspondence
DATA ENTRY TRANSCRIPTION
Compilation of any data from any format (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, or PDF file) to be transcribed into a specified format/template.
Some companies require documents to be presented in certain formats. Examples include, but not limited to:
Data entries transferred or entered into spreadsheet like Excel or Google Sheets
Copying hand-written documents into a computerized format
Straight transcription that needs to be entered into digital or electronic format
Recorded information that need to be presented in correct format as specified by the client
Rates depending on client's specification or types of document. Some offers are rate per page document and or per hour typing rate.
We also handle transcription of radio programs such as talk shows and talk interviews.
This turns the content of the radio show into text format. Audio clips are converted into readable text so that the radio stations can have a wider audience reach. Those who are not able to tune in to the radio show can read the entire transcripts or excerpts made available to them.
CLOSED CAPTIONING / SUBTITLING
Closed Captioning and Subtitling are both processes of displaying text on a TV program, video screen or other video display to help the deaf and the hard hearing.