Read this blog post to find out how transcription can benefit your workflow in four different ways.
With the increasing rise of online videos, it is surprising that there are so few conversations on the umpteen benefits of transcription. Most people are aware about the captions/subtitles that they see on television shows, however they might not know that the act of turning audio into text is called transcription. The reasons why businesses opt for transcription is simple.
From improvements in turnaround time, boosting the value of your content, helping employees focus and increasing accessibility, transcription can help in more than one way.
Here are four ways how transcription can benefit your workflow.
Accelerate turnaround time
In business fields, where audio/video material play a major role, transcripts can really help to speed up the workflow of a video editor. With a written document at hand, editors can quickly mark out sections where a revision must be completed and then they can return to editing. Another advantage of a transcript is that editors will not have to constantly move between watching and editing, throughout the process.