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Use recording transcripts in research

Read about how to make practical use of transcriptions of audio and video recordings in science and research.  

Obtain a tool for simple and low-cost conversion of recordings from field research. With the help of text analysis and searches you can speed up the evaluation of your questionnaires and research interviews. Add captions to recordings of your lectures for persons with hearing impairment. Create your own multimedia archive with the option of full-text searches. 

  1. See for yourself how easy it is to start working with Beey 
    Start simply by uploading your recording to Beey. Log into your Beey account or create a new account here. If you are using Beey for the first time, check out our quick guide for starting to work with Beey
  2. Quickly and easily transcribe videos from YouTube, Facebook and other sources 
    If you need a written transcript of a public video, you can easily create it in Beey without having to spend lots of time transcribing manually. Read about how you can transcribe videos from YouTube or Facebook.  
  3. Transcribe interviews and other audio recordings
    Transcribing dozens of interviews doesn’t have to be a time-consuming task. Read about how you can easily create and transcribe your recordings using Beey. Just as easily, you can use Beey to transcribe recordings from on-line conference platforms such as MS TeamsGoogle Meet and ZOOM
  4. Publish your videos with captions 
    Videos of lectures or on-line courses can be easily captioned and published on YouTube. Read about how you can use Beey to create top-notch captions and how to then upload them to YouTube
  5. Archive your recordings 
    Students and teachers alike will appreciate their lectures in written form. Make full-text searches in your recordings possible. Build a full-fledged media archive. 

See for yourself how Beey can make your job easier and more efficient

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