Best Tools to Automatically Transcribe Audio to Text
A huge area of interest within audio is transcribing audio files to text. A lot of software do this automatically, meaning that it is either through the client or through the application or service, whether a web-based or a desktop one. Just as with all things in the world of web, there are services for all and these services compete against each other. Each will do their own thing, but as a general rule it is recommended that you use a different app or service for each. Unfortunately, this process may take quite a while so it is best to get started.
SpeechText.AI is a great tool for audio to text transcription. SpeechText.AI is the first multilingual and industry-specific transcription service that can transcribe audio/video with close to human accuracy. SpeechText.AI is a transcription website where, in just a few minutes, scholars, journalists, students or podcasters can upload their audio files and have them transcribed automatically from speech to text. The transcription price starts from 1.2¢ per minute.
Otter is another great transcription app. Just like SpeechText.AI, it records and transcribes meeting notes for you in real time. Otter has integrations into any paid Zoom account. The setup takes a few minutes, but then, if you record a meeting in Zoom, it transcribes the meeting with a high level of accuracy for you.
Trint is the AI powered audio transcription software that quickly converts audio and video files to text. The Trint web app will listen to an audio recording or a video of two or more speakers (or only one) involved in natural speech, and include a written summary of what has been said. Trint has different subscription-based pricing plans from $48 per month. All pricing plans are focused for enterprise customers. As an individual consumer, for what you get, Trint has gone from great to very costly.
The tools above are a really nice way to start your experience with the world of speech to text. From there, I would simply explore all of the other solutions available. It is going to be very interesting to see how it all plays out, especially with all of the potential for disruption and mobile applications.