What sorts of transcripts do you do?
We produce transcripts of one on one interviews, focus groups, meetings and dictation, for:
- academic research
- market research
- internal and external investigations
- litigation/evidence to be submitted at Court
- Annual General Meetings and other meetings
- conferences and workshops.
We transcribe dictation to produce correspondence, reports or other documents; we are experienced in transcribing dictated reports for medical, psychologist, financial and property valuation professions.
We either scribe as you speak via telephone, or on site, to produce those documents; or if you have recorded your event on audio files we will give you instructions for sending us your recordings on line then transcribe those recordings into the transcripts or documents you need.
If you need transcripts, we offer two types of transcripts depending on the level of accuracy you need:
- Proofread Transcripts: recommended for transcripts of academic or market research interviews and focus groups, conversations, lectures and meetings, any transcripts that may be used for litigation purposes, investigations, and dictation of medical, legal and financial advice reports and correspondence. We transcribe the recording into a draft transcript; then proofread that transcript against the audio recording to fill in any gaps, correct mis-heard words and typos, research (via Google) to confirm the names of places and people, the correct spelling of specialist words, and insert punctuation for best readability. We offer a signed Guarantee of Highly Accurate Transcripts and a Money Back Guarantee of Highly Accurate Transcripts (for audible recordings).
- 1st Draft Transcripts: recommended for transcripts that the client intends to proofread themselves; proofreading will be required to correct any mis-spelt or misheard words and improve punctuation. Also recommended where the audio recordings are of good audio quality and transcripts do not need to be guaranteed to be highly accurate. We transcribe the recording into a 1st Draft Transcript that is likely to contain some mistakes and missing words but will be a reasonably accurate 1st Draft Transcript. Note: the 1st Draft Transcript service is available only for audio recordings that are clearly audible and that involve one or two speakers.
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