[New function] You can do it for free! Trial (1 minute) How to use transcription. Transcription with two speech recognition engines at the same time.

July 25, 2021

[New function] You can do it for free! Trial (1 minute) How to use transcription. Transcription with two speech recognition engines at the same time.|Mr. Transcription


A new feature has been added when transcribing with Transcription.

This time, I will introduce how to use and notes about the trial transcription function that can be used by Mr. Transcription.

What is Transcription's trial (1 minute)?

question

When transcribing in Japanese, Mr. Transcription

  1. Google
  2. AmiVoice

You can choose between the two engines to transcribe.

However, if you can choose from two types
"I want to know which engine can transcribe with better accuracy."
I think that.

With Trial (1 minute) , you can transcribe the first minute with the touch of a button on two speech recognition engines.

How to use the trial function

The trial feature is very easy to use.

From the voice recognition pull-down menu

  • Trial (up to 1 minute)
  • AmiVoice
  • Google

And you can choose which engine to use for voice recognition (transcription).

* For non-members and free members, only "Trial (maximum 1 minute)" can be selected.

Is it transcribed with AmiVoice?
Is it transcribed by Google's voice recognition engine?

By trying before uploading a long audio file, you will be able to transcribe with better accuracy.

Also, it is a perfect function when you are worried about the accuracy of AI transcription.

Features of the voice recognition engine used

Google

Google's voice recognition engine that uses Google's latest deep learning neural network algorithms to convert voice into text.
It has a good reputation for its high speech recognition accuracy and support for more than 125 languages and language variants such as English, Japanese, Chinese, and Spanish.

It has been introduced by various companies, and it is truly Google.

AmiVoice

"AmiVoice" is a voice recognition engine that has a reputation for being the most accurate transcription of Japanese voice.

What is AmiVoice? <br /> AmiVoice provided by Advanced Media, Inc. is a voice recognition technology with the largest market share * in Japan. The latest deep learning technology and LSTM (Long Short-Term Memory) technology of recurrent neural network, which is an advanced technology of deep learning, are implemented in the engine. It boasts a high recognition rate.
* Source: ITR "ITR Market View: AI Market 2020" Voice recognition market Share of sales by vendor (2015-2020 forecast)

In many cases, AmiVoice tends to transcribe better in Japanese.

About transcription time consumption in trial (up to 1 minute)

With the trial (up to 1 minute), you can transcribe for 1 minute using 2 engines with 1 click.

Transcription time spent

Transcription on Google (1 minute) + Transcription on AmiVoice (1 minute) = 2 minutes

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Please note that one click consumes two minutes of transcription time.

About usage restrictions for each plan

The trial (up to 1 minute) is available for all plans.

  • Non-member
  • Free membership
  • Paid plan member

Any member can use it, so please try it.

Especially for free members, free transcription time will be added every day.

Please use it every day!

note that,

  • Non-member
  • Free membership

Can only be transcribed by "trial (up to 1 minute)".

  • Transcription for 1 minute or more
  • Transcription on either AmiVoice or Google

It cannot be done by non-members and free members. Please subscribe to a paid plan.

The trial function is a very easy-to-use function for those who are troubled with transcription. Please use it!

It is "Mr. Transcription" who can easily transcribe from audio, video, and images. Transcription allows you to transcribe for up to 5 minutes for free. You can copy, download, search, delete, etc. the transcribed text. You can also create subtitle files, which is ideal for transcription of interview videos.
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