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Self-Service Automated Speech-to-Text Transcription
AutoScript is part of VoiceScript’s suite of tools designed to help court reporting agencies, independent digital court reporters, scopists, and transcriptionists easily produce rough draft and certified legal transcripts. The powerful speech-to-text technology converts audio and video files into written words to edit with word processing programs, CAT systems, or the companion AutoScript Desktop editor toolkit.
AUTOMATED TRANSCRIPT AND EDITING TOOLKIT FOR LEGAL PROFESSIONALS
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The AutoScript platform is one of the most accurate automated speech recognition engines on the market, specifically optimized for the court reporting industry.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Yes. Along with supporting single-channel recordings, AutoScript can transcribe multichannel recordings from Zoom, Reporter Studio PRO, and For The Record (FTR). Simply upload the file and then let AutoScript do the rest of the work.
AutoScript can process video files in the following formats: .webm, MTS, .M2TS, .TS, .mov, .mp4, .m4p (with DRM), .m4v, and .mxf.
It also transcribes the following audio inputs: .3ga, .aac, .ac3, .aif, .aiff, .alac, .amr, .ape, .au, .dss, .flac, .flv, .m4a, .m4b, .m4p, .mp3, .mpga, .ogg, .oga, .mogg, .opus, .qcp, .tta, .voc, .wav, .wma, and .wv.
Once AutoScript has completed the audio transcription, you will receive three different versions of the transcript ready for download. You have options for a DOCX, RTF, or TXT file that is delivered in an easy-to-read format and ready for production as a rough draft.
You will also receive a shareable and downloadable package that includes the audio and transcription files for editing in AutoScript Desktop.
WORKING WITH AUTOSCRIPT
Absolutely! In fact, this is where AutoScript really shines. When you run a file through the ASR, it goes through several preprocessing cleanup steps that actually improve the quality of the original recording. Audio that was previously indecipherable is completely clear when delivered back through the integrated player.
The AutoScript online platform is where you upload files for speech-to-text transcription. It is also where you pay to process the text output. The desktop version is the legal ASR editing and transcript production tool, which you use after receiving the completed speech-to-text files. It includes an integrated audio player that is synched with the timestamped text, making it easy to hand off to a transcriber or proofreader. AutoScript Desktop only edits transcripts processed through the online tool.
AutoScript improves low-quality audio and delivers the industry’s best automated punctuation and speaker identification to produce the most accurate rough transcripts. Best of all, AutoScript works seamlessly with your current CAT software. Visit our knowledge base to discover how easy it is to upload and edit AutoScript roughs in Case CATalyst or Eclipse.software.
Technical support and automatic software upgrades are provided free of charge to AutoScript users for both of the online and desktop editor platforms. There are no upfront or yearly fees. If you need assistance, then visit the AutoScript Support page to access video tutorials, a comprehensive user guide, and our technical support team.
AutoScript is available at a cost-effective price of $15 per audio hour. When an audio file is uploaded to the online platform, AutoScript runs a calculation on the audio length and provides you with upfront pricing. You can then decide if you want to move forward with transcribing the audio. AutoScript Desktop is free to use as an editing tool to format the text produced by the online ASR.
VoiceScript offers each new subscriber their first three transcript files for free as a trial version. During this time, you have full access to all of the features, and your account will automatically convert to the paid version when you upload your fourth file.
Absolutely not. AutoScript is available on a pay-per-use model, which relieves you from investing in expensive transcription equipment or yearly maintenance fees. Only use it when you want and pay for what you use. You will never have to pay for a monthly or annual plan or commit to a minimum hourly usage.
Yes! If you plan to process a high volume of audio files through AutoScript, then there are various pre-pay options that are available at a discounted rate.
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