Transcription As A Time Saver And HeadAche Pill
" I always use a transcript, primarily because it saves a huge amount of editing time to do a paper edit before doing a rough cut. It also is a headache saver at the end of an edit when, for example, you're trying to find an extra "d" or "a" to clear up a fuzzy soundtrack." Daniel Jatovsky
Well that sure is a very practically apt header is it not? I could not agree more with Daniel Jatovsky editing a transcription is no easy job this you can take from someone who is actively involved with the “A to ZEE” of transcription service. There are times you have to listen to the same audio over and over again and it becomes more ads said headache-ish when the audio is accent ridden and the “d” sounds a bit like T or the “a” is swallowed or over stressed.
Daniel Jatovsky My video production business, David Gordon Productions, offers full-service video production, from conception through post-production, for corporations, government agencies and non-profit organizations. Our clients have included many well-known names including ITT Industries, Pitney Bowes, the Episcopal Church, and the New York State Dept. of Social Services. Daniel Jatovsky