Translating audio-to-text transcripts

How translating your audio-to-text transcripts can enhance your workflow
July 8, 2022

Video- and audio-to-text translation has come a long way in the past decade. The necessary push to make content more accessible for consumers means that features like closed captioning and subtitles are now essential for reaching global audiences. 

Whether it is getting a story ready for written publication in another country, or creating subtitles for your broadcast, accessibility stretches beyond those with hearing impairments. 

Why translate audio-to-text

Translating audio-to-text doesn't just benefit content-watchers who prefer to consume content without audio or with subtitles as a visual aid. They've fast become a crucial part of the newsroom, transforming reporters' workflow and giving them back hours of their day to find more stories and write more content.

For example, if the leader of a country is giving a speech in a language the reporter does not know, rather than find someone to translate it for them, they can now record the speech, transcribe it, and then get Trint to translate that into their language of choice.


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How is audio-to-text translation used?

The ability to translate audio-to-text is revolutionary for subtitling. But it also means reporters and writers can search large volumes of audio or video in different languages, identifying key moments, pulling out and verifying key quotes, and finding the clips they need quickly using time-stamps.

With Trint, anyone in the newsroom can transcribe a recording and translate it into over 50 languages. This means entire archives and new recordings become searchable, allowing them to be repurposed and referred to again and again when relevant excerpts are needed for current stories.


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How Trint applies audio-to-text translation

Text transcriptions are critical when translating languages from audio. Running your audio recording through Trint allows you to automatically get a transcript to translate your original text into over 50 languages. So you can reach audiences worldwide with just one piece of content.

Beyond the accessibility, publishing localized transcripts on your website provides you with SEO boosts to help with your traffic.

Interested to try it yourself? Sign up for your free Trial of Trint today and see how it can transform your workflow. From time saving to more accurate editing to localized translation in moments.

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