On the 3rd day of #techmas @badassebs sent to me, 3 audio-text converters
Sometimes it’s just not possible to type. You can take notes and later transcribe or you can speak and hav eteh AUDIO converted to TEXT!
Yes if you can click on a button and speak, you can write on a computer. Even children can do it!
A Free converter based on Google technology.
Why- Speech input levels the playing field. It allows anyone to create text on a computer, regardless of most physical disabilities, regardless of dyslexia or dysgraphia, regardless even of literacy. If you can click on a button and speak, you can write on a computer. Even children can do it!
Simply open the app and speak – You can also dictate basic punctuation by saying things like “period”, “question mark”, “new paragraph”. In both these cases you can copy onto another document Talk typer allows translations, and reverses the process to read text back… also not the various language on this app.
3- Transcribe video YouTube close caption cc
- On the Actions drop down, download the file as an SBV and open in any text editor.
You will need to edit text for grammar , context, spelling and punctuation. Which leave an opportunity for service providers.
About 12 Days of Techmas Curations- Each year I “gift” technology. This year I’m curating and distributiong via my topics on Scoop it- http://sco.lt/7bQfAX . Each “gift” looks at technology that can be added to the modern business person’s digital toolbox. Check out and Follow my scoops at http://www.scoop.it/u/bonnie-sandy
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