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Audio & video transcription services

Transcription itself does not require translating from one language into another because it involves converting into written form the whole audio of a tape or speech at a conference, congress or meeting.
This audio file may be in a foreign language. Therefore, the person in charge of transcribing the document should have a very good knowledge of the source language.

In fact, the spoken material often shows features that a written text should never have, such as interjection, comments, or the pauses that are natural and characteristic of the speaker’s personal way of speaking.
Only he who knows a language perfectly well can ‘detect’ such features and transcribe the audio as accurately and truly as possible, and without grammar errors that can the speaker can make.

Once the audio file is converted into a written file, it can be translated into the language you need.

Thanks to the wide range of equipment we have, we can convert into written text almost any kind of audio files- from .wav, .mpeg, .aac, .dss., .au, .vid, .wmv, .avi, .mov, up to DVDs or tape recordings.

From estimate to delivery: our method

To guarantee an impeccable translation service, we rely on a structured method, which is composed by 6 distinct phases for each translation project.
The first phase is the text analysis, during which we assess the content and complexity of the document. We then provide a detailed quote for the project. The next phase is the actual translation, entrusted to our native speaker experts, followed by a thorough revision of the translated text. Before delivery, we carry out a final check, in order to ensure that the text contains no mistakes, and that there are no potential omissions.

If the document requires a notarisation and a legalisation at the relevant institutions, we take care of these procedures promptly and accurately.

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