If a client requires timestamping on speaker change, which format would that be?
Time stamping format Utilized while Copying Sound files is:
At which [hour:minute:second]
Normally every transcription that requires timestamps should comprise timestamps at least once in each 30 minutes and at each change .
In the event the customer needs timestamps on speaker alter the timestamp ought to be set following the speaker’s name and until the transcribed language if there’s a shift in speaker.
The structure is:
Timestamps are mostly useful when someone wants to find a particular part of the transcript. Example “At [00:10:15] the interviewer asked the person to speak up”. Timestamps are often used in a panel of discussions, documentaries, in video interviews where it is needed to merge specific scenes with the text.
The transcription does not include speech errors, false starts, and various filler words (e.g. “mm-hmm”, “uh”, “you know”).
The transcription follows the speech exactly and includes all utterances (“mm-hmm”, “uh”, “you know”, etc.)
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Q&A’s Of GoTranscript Survey’s
Que-1) If a client requires timestamping on speaker change, which format would that be?
Ans : [00:10:53] Interviewer (Always bold).
Que-2) How will you mark something that you can’t hear in the audio file?
Ans : [inaudible 00:01:50]
Que-3) Which text format is this, “The text is transcribed exactly as it sounds and includes all the utterances of the speakers. ”?
Ans : full verbatim
Que-4) How will you mark something that you can’t quite distinguish in the audio file?
Ans : [unintelligible 00:01:50]
Que-5) Which speaker label is correct?
Ans : Speaker 1: (bold)
Que-6) Can you guess the word if you are not 100% sure what was spoken?
Ans : NO
Que-7) Are speaker tags required every time when speaker changes?
Ans : Everytime
Que-8) Choose the correct form for full verbatim:
Ans : I-I-I don’t think this is c-c-correct.
Que-9) If a client requests timestamping every two minutes, how would it look?
Ans : [00:02:00]
Que-10) Which text format is this “The transcribed text does not include speech errors, false starts and various filler words, such as: um, uh, hmm, so, you know, sort of, etc.”
Ans : clean verbatim
Que-11) The client requires time stamping every two minutes. You need to transcribe the 10-20 minute part of the audio. Where do you start time stamping?
Ans : [00:10:00]
Que-12) What is the correct answer of 2+2*3+2*2+4=?
Ans : 16
Que-13) Choose the correct form:
Ans : She walked up to him and said, “What’s your name?”
Que-14) Timestamping time format must be:
Ans : [00:00:00] (always in bold)