The online speech-to-text application Beey has launched a new generation of automatic recognition software. As expected, it performs more accurately and reliably than the previous model. Moreover, it has even passed in contrast to the global competition. See how Beey’s transcription of various recordings compares to the results of Microsoft and Google’s recognition programs.
Our team of professional editors uses the Beey online editor to speed up and streamline the creation of high-quality transcripts and subtitles for recordings in Czech and Ukrainian languages. This process can be also used by TV stations and government institutions to help during the current situation in Europe.
Beey’s users are well-represented in the journalism industry. One of them, Radka Wallerová, works as editor at Seznam zprávy and regularly uses Beey to transcribe interviews. She has been working as a journalist for many years. She told us about the first time she met our current president and what he was drinking at the time, how journalism has changed over the years, and what aspects of her job she doesn’t enjoy.
In our previous article we spoke about a number of specific motivations for captioning your audio-visual content. Not only will your content become more accessible for anyone with a hearing disability, but captioning videos has the potential to increase views and engagement, especially from viewers who prefer to watch their videos with the sound turned off. What’s more, with a transcript it becomes much easier for you to translate your content into other languages.
It has been a long day, you are commuting back home and would like to watch some videos on Facebook, but do not have your headphones with you? Most videos on Facebook are watched with the sound turned off, according to several studies. In the following article we list several reasons why captions are necessary in the modern era.