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Transcribe an audio recording in Beey

Learn how to use Beey for transcribing audio recordings from your mobile phone, computer or dictaphone

Transcribing an audio recording and obtaining the content in written form – that’s exactly the sort of task that Beey was designed for.
Read our straightforward guide to find out how you can do this in a matter of minutes and end up with the best possible result.

Transcribe a sound recording:

  1. Make a recording with quality sound
    The most important condition for a perfect transcription is a good quality recording in one of the supported formats. Learn more about this in our guide How to make a high-quality audio recording. Beey supports all commonly used audio file formats such as MP3, WAV, M4A, MP4 and OPUS.
  2. Log into 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
  3. Upload your recording to Beey
    After logging in, click on Transcribe, select the file containing your recording, select the language of your recording and click on Start.
  4. Check and edit the transcript
    Beey will begin to transcribe your recording automatically. While the transcription is running, you can check it and correct any errors.
  5. Export and share
    Download your transcript in Word or PDF format. You can also use Beey to effortlessly generate subtitles.

Pro Tip:

If you need to transcribe very long recordings (more than two hours in length), we recommend that you first split the file into several shorter parts. This will also make the resulting transcripts easier to edit.

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