Transcribe Lecture to Text Effortlessly – Enhance Accessibility and Boost Rankings
Transforming spoken content into written transcripts can greatly improve your video’s ranking by increasing the density and variety of keywords. This helps search engines index the spoken content and rank it for relevant terms beyond just the main keywords. Interactive transcripts also increase video watch time by 57%. In the rapidly changing world of AI, utilizing its potential is essential. However, manual transcription can be time-consuming, especially for long recordings. Thankfully, there is now an online tool that automates audio transcription. By uploading your audio or video and using the Subtitles/Transcription tool on Ssemble, you can quickly convert lectures to text. Ssemble supports various audio formats like MP3 and WAV. You can make minor adjustments to the transcript if needed. Afterwards, you can download the TXT, VTT, or SRT file for your purpose. You no longer have to rely on Word Docs or Google Docs for transcription typing. Ssemble is incredibly user-friendly and efficient. You can even add animation or change the appearance of the text with Ssemble’s versatile online video editing capabilities. While many features are free, some premium options may require a subscription. Please refer to our pricing page for more information.
How to Transcribe Lecture to Text
Add video and the auto subtitle plugin
First, add the desired audio to the timeline. Then, install the auto subtitle plugin from the project’s plugin menu. Click on the subtitle menu button and then click on the Auto subtitle generator button.
Select the language
Select your desired language and click on the generate button.
Edit the details
When you click on the generate button, the subtitles will be automatically created by recognizing the audio of the entire clip at the bottom of the timeline. Check the generated subtitles and make any necessary edits to the details.
Download the transcription
On the Subtitles menu, locate ‘Download Subtitles.’ Pick your preferred format: TXT, VTT, or SRT.