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Use transcriptions of video and audio content for study purposes

Read about how to make practical use of transcriptions of audio and video recordings for the purposes of your studies.  

Converting audio and video recordings into written form is surprisingly easy and inexpensive. So why lose precious time manually transcribing your recordings or research interviews? Having your lectures or on-line courses in written form will help you concentrate, as well as sort and process information. 

  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 recordings of research interviews 
    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 Teams, Google Meet and ZOOM
  4. Archive your recordings 
    Beey allows you to easily archive and share your recordings. 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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