With Beey you have a fast and low-cost option of producing transcripts of court hearings and other official meetings. With your recordings in written form, you will be able to orient yourself with more ease. You will be able to search for names and key words. Your archives will become more accessible and easily searchable.
Thanks to transcripts you will have more control over your files.
- Transcribe your recordings in 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.
- Check the quality of your transcript and edit if necessary
A high-quality recording results in a high-quality transcript. Here you can read all about how to get a high-quality recording of your meeting. You can use the automatically transcribed text without any further changes, if you’re planning to use it to create a short form of your transcript. If you need a full, verbatim transcript, you can make the necessary edits and check to make sure that the speaker segmentation is correct.
- Make the most of text and sound alignment
The Beey editor always keeps your audio aligned with the transcript using time stamps. This feature is useful for many reasons: It allows you to quickly find a specific place in long recordings, look for specific names for the purposes of anonymization, play selected chunks of text, and easily edit the transcript.
- Archive your recordings
All participants will certainly appreciate having the transcripts available. Make full-text searches in your recordings possible. Allow search engine bots to index the transcripts of public trials and by doing so support openness and transparency in your institution.