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There are so many Transcribe Audio to Text Jobs.
If you haven’t wasted hours transcribing audio endlessly replaying the same 30 seconds of the recording, cursing people’s inability to speak in full sentences you’ve never transcribed audio. Or you’re a wizard.
There are so many Free and Paid Websites to Transcribe Your Video (Audio to Text). But for the rest of us, there’s finally a transcribing solution. It’s free, easy, and requires no fancy apps, AI, or downloads just Google Docs. So Here we discuss an easy, quick way to Transcribe Digital Audio to Text or Transcribe Audio to Text Google.
1] Open a blank Google Doc
Go to the Google D c home page, and click “start a new document
2] Open the Voice Typing tool
Under the “Tools” dropdown menu, select “Voice Typing.” Or use the shortcut Command+Shift+S to open the Voice Typing tool.
3] Ensure the Voice Typing button appears
When you click “Voice Typing” the recording button will appear on the left side of your document:
4] Ensure your microphone is turned on and your language is set
As Google Help explains, “to use voice typing or voice commands, your computer microphone needs to be on and working. Devices and microphones vary, so check your computer manual for instructions. Microphone settings are typically in the System Preferences on a Mac or the Control Panel on a PC.”
Voice Typing functions with nearly every language, including different accents and dialects (for example, the tool offers over 20 options for Spanish). Use the drop-down menu on the recording button to select the language you’ll be speaking in. Like English, Hindi, Spanish, Deutsch Etc.
5] Click On the recording button, and begin to speak
To begin transcribing, click the Voice Typing button. The microphone icon will turn red to indicate the tool is active. Begin listening to your audio recording via your headphones and speak along. As you speak, the Voice Tool will transcribe.
While you’re transcribing, don’t close the Google Doc window or click into another window. If you do, the Voice Tool will stop listening and transcribing.
Speak clearly, at a normal-to-loud tone, and avoid speaking very quickly. While the tool kept up with my quicker-than-average speaking speed, when you began speaking very quickly the transcription became less accurate.
Whenever the Voice Typing tool is active, you will see this red circle on the Google Doc window’s tab
6] Watch along as you transcribe
Be sure to watch along as you speak and the tool transcribes, as occasional glitches occur. If the tool stops transcribing while you continue to speak, just click the Voice Typing tool button to turn it off, then click it again to turn it on. While I transcribed the hour-long recording, I had to turn the tool off then on again about three times, so to ensure it stayed accurate.