Audio and Video Transcription and Text-to-Media Synchronization

Audio and Video Transcription and Text-to-Media Synchronization

Using the "F4" software for transcription purposes? ATLAS.ti  lets you import its transcripts directly.

But why not cut out the middleman altogether? You may find it more convenient to transcribe directly in ATLAS.ti.

 

ATLAS.ti makes it a breeze to create exact transcriptions from audio and video files either frame-by-frame by typing along with the playback, or customizable by linking an existing transcript to the medium retroactively, i.e. by "striping" it with time code simply by pressing a key. Of course, it also supports the use of foot switches and similar controller devices.

For playback, just watch the cursor move smoothly through your text file in sync with the medium (and vice versa)--either document reacts directly to the other one. Your segments can be as long or short as you like.

Oh, and if that isn't enough: It also makes for a great karaoke system :)

 

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What Users Say

In contrast to other commercially available packages, two advantages of ATLAS.ti are its handling of graphics and digital audio recordings as primary data, and its features for generating conceptual diagrams.

Tadashi Kimura, School of Development Studies, University of East Anglia