How do I transcribe an audio file on a Mac?

How do I transcribe an audio file on a Mac?

Start the audio playing in QuickTime Player, then switch to TextEdit and select Start Dictation from the Edit menu. The Dictation popover will appear, and audio played in QuickTime Player will be passed to it, resulting in the audio being transcribed to text.

Can you transcribe on a Mac?

Transcript. An underused feature of OS X is dictation. Instead of typing all your text, you can speak to your Mac and have it transcribe your words into the current document. To use dictation, you just press the keyboard shortcut you’ve assigned, or choose Start Dictation from the Edit menu, and start talking.

How do I transcribe audio to text in Word for Mac?

In the “Home” tab, click the arrow next to “Dictate” and then select “Transcribe” from the menu that appears. If this is your first time using the feature, you’ll need to give Microsoft permission to access your microphone. The “Transcribe” pane will open in the right-hand side of the window. Select “Start Recording.”

Can QuickTime transcribe?

Convert Apple QuickTime Movie to text with Sonix Sonix automatically transcribes and translates your audio and video files in over 37 languages. Sonix is an online, fully-automated speech to text service that quickly converts files in the Apple QuickTime Movie format to text.

How much does ScoreCloud cost?

$4.99 / month. No print watermark. Unlimited songs. More import & export.

Does Apple have a transcribe app?

The Rev Voice Recorder, SpeakWrite and TranscribeMe for iOS and Android are among the free apps that can do this, but you need to pay for the transcription; fees typically range from about 79 cents to $1 per minute of audio.

Can you use transcribe with Spotify?

At the moment Spotify doesn’t have an integration with Transcribe. However, there’s an active this idea regarding the change of playback speed when listening to music so make sure to add your +VOTE and subscribe for further updates.

Does transcribe work with iTunes?

Apple iTunes: You can still buy tracks for download from iTunes, which you can then open in Transcribe!, whether or not you have an Apple Music subscription.