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  • Select "About This Mac" on the Apple menu at the top left of the screen. The window that pops up has a line saying "macOS" followed by the name and number of the macOS version you are running.This window also has a line saying "Processor" or "Chip" and will say either "Intel" or "Apple M1" or "Apple M2". You may need this information too.Installation InstructionsSelect (below on this page) the appropriate version of Transcribe! for your macOS version. It will download the file transcribe.dmg to your Downloads folder.

  • Double-click the dmg file. It will open a window showing the Transcribe! application with an arrow pointing to the Applications folder.

  • Drag the Transcribe! application from the dmg file to the Applications folder. This creates a copy of the application.Note: a very small number of people find that this creates a link (an "alias") rather than a copy. You can tell because the icon for an alias has a little arrow on it. If this happens to you then delete the alias and drag again, this time holding down the alt (option) key. This tells the Mac to make a copy.

  • Launch Transcribe! by double-clicking it in the Applications folder, or you can drag it from the Applications folder to the Dock which will create a link (not a copy) in the Dock.

  • Once you have done this, you don't need to keep the downloaded dmg file any more, though you can if you want to, for backup purposes.

Remember thatdragging an application to the dock does not create a copy of it, it just creates a link. If you drag the application from the dmg tothe dock and then trash the downloaded dmg file, then Transcribe! will disappear from the dock the next time the trash is emptied.If you are updating from an earlier version of Transcribe! then you can deletethe old version by dragging it from the Applications folder to the trash.If you try to run Transcribe! from within the dmg then it will produce a warning message describing the problem. The best thing to do is to delete all copies of the dmg file and empty the trash. If the left column in Finder is showing "transcribe" then that is the dmg and you should eject it by clicking the little eject triangle alongside the name, before deleting it.macOS 13 (Ventura)Click here to download Transcribe! version 9.24 for macOS 13 on an Intel computerClick here to download Transcribe! version 9.24 for macOS 13 on an M1/M2 computerThe version of Transcribe! for macOS 11 & 12 (below) mostly works on Ventura but videos don't, which is why we need this new version. It is only for Ventura, it won't run on earlier macOS versions.macOS 11 (Big Sur) and 12 (Monterey)Click here to download Transcribe! version 9.21 for macOS 11 & 12 on an Intel computerClick here to download Transcribe! version 9.21 for macOS 11 & 12 on an M1/M2 computerIf you have an old version of GStreamer that was installed separately for use with a previous version of Transcribe! then Transcribe! will warn you about it when it launches. This can sometimes cause problems so it's best to delete it. On Finder's "Go" menu select "Go to Folder..." and type "/Library/Frameworks" (without the quotes) and press . You will see the old GStreamer.framework there in the Frameworks folder. Drag it to the Trash. This will require you to enter your password - any change to system folders requires your password.A very small number of people are finding that the Intel version won't launch (I have a total of four reports so far!). If this happens to you then pleasesee the FAQ query here.WARNING about foot pedals with OS 12 Monterey : If you find that a context menu pops up when you press the pedal then pleasesee the FAQ query heremacOS 10.10 (Yosemite), 10.11 (El Capitan), 10.12 (Sierra), 10.13 (High Sierra), 10.14 (Mojave), and 10.15 (Catalina)Click here to download Transcribe! version 8.75.2 for macOS 10.10 - 10.15With this version of Transcribe! you may also want to download GStreamer,mainly if you want to handle video.Note that if you have already installed GStreamer then you don't need to install it again when you update Transcribe!Click here for information about GStreamer.macOS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard), 10.7 (Lion), 10.8 (Mountain Lion), and 10.9 (Mavericks)Click here to download Transcribe! version 8.41 for macOS 10.6 - 10.9




Transcribe For Mac Catalina



MacOS includes a powerful Dictation feature, which can transcribe spoken words to audio. However, this feature is only built for live audio, brought into the Mac via a microphone. On its own, the OS's Dictation system doesn't alow you to transcribe from pre-recorded audio files.


Fortunately, the addition of Loopback makes it possible to transcribe from audio files. Loopback can route audio from a playback application into the Mac's built-in dictation system, which will then transcribe the audio. This article lays out the process.


You'll need to use a text editor, such as MacOS's built-in editor TextEdit, for your transcription. start Dictation. Open your text editor, and create a new document. This is where you'll have MacOS transcribe your audio to text.


You're now ready to begin with your transcription. Start the audio playing in QuickTime Player, then switch to TextEdit and select Start Dictation from the Edit menu. The Dictation popover will appear, and audio played in QuickTime Player will be passed to it, resulting in the audio being transcribed to text.


When the audio has finished playing, click the Done button in the Dictation popover to stop dictation. That's it! You'll now have transcribed text in your text editor, ready for you to edit, save, and use.


While Dictation is running, the OS mutes the default output device, which results in playback not being audible by default. If you wish to hear the audio as it's transcribed, you can work around this with a secondary audio output. Simple USB audio adapters are readily available for around $10, in both USB-A and USB-C form factors, and work well for this.


You can use the Dictation feature built into your Mac to transcribe audio files, and in my experience, it's been about 98-99% accurate, so it saves a lot of time if you want to index your audio files, or you need a transcript for some other purpose.


Then go back to TextEdit, and in a new document, activate Dictation using your configured shortcut (e.g. the dictation key). Pop over to QuickTime Player, and play your audio or video file, and watch as the words are transcribed as if by magic!


As an alternative, you could use an online upload-to-transcribe service like Welder. I tested the same files on Welder that I used with Dictation, and Welder was better about adding punctuation and separating multi-person interviews.


The real kicker here is that you can transcribe audio files, meaning that you don't have to wait for a video to play to get a transcript:hear -i /path/to/someone_speaking.mp3 > transcribed_text.txt


Thank you for the tutorial. I am trying to transcribe audio that is about a hour long. Once I start the transcribing process, the microphone stops working every 2-3 minutes. Is there a way I can make the microphone continue recording for longer periods of time? Thanks!


When we try to do this, as soon as we start playing the audio file dictation turns off. Little microphone disappears and nothing is transcribed. There are two of us, both on Macs running Monterey. Mine's an M1 iMac, hers is a Mac Book Pro. Any ideas? She has Blackhole installed and I have SWB audio capture - will that mess it up?


Look ma, no mouse! Control media playback with precision using custom media controls, including playback speed and timeline scrubbing. Your hands stay on the keyboard with custom shortcuts to trigger any media control. Use a USB foot pedal to control media playback while you transcribe. (Foot pedal is optional.) Customize foot pedal buttons to any of InqScribe's shortcuts. InqScribe supports most USB input devices. (Purchased separately)


If you're serious about digital audio transcribing and you spend more than 30 minutes a day doing this type of work, then this is your system. The Mac All N One transcription Kit is the most powerful wave transcriber available. Martel supplies you with special software that lets you transcribe most audio file formats.


Get total Control of your Case catalyst Eclipse, Stenocat or any other Court Reporting audio sync file. This scopist transcription kit allows you to slow down the difficult audio file by 75% Speed them up by 125% and even increase the volume level by 50%. With these advantages, this transcription kit will increase your productivity and decrease your work load. If you use an off site scopist you can e-mail them the .Wav file and they can use this kit to transcribe your audio file.


The All N One Transcription Kit from Martel uses the most advanced digital audio processing. It was developed by a company with over 60 years of experience in dictation and transcription equipment. By using the All N One transcription kit to transcribe your digital files, you position yourself to handle the widest selection of file formats.


Simply install on the typist's computer and began transcribing just like you would on a cassette transcriber. Playback of the audio file is controlled by the foot pedal fast forward, rewind, pause, play. This computer transcriber application features variable speed playback (speed up or down), foot pedal operation, file management and more. Transcription software has become more important today than any other time in history. With that in mind, we developed a simple yet sophisticated universal solution that most people can understand. We know you have allot of transcribing to do at work. The digital transcribers really do not fit what you are doing and have some many features you need to go to college to work them. That is why you are going to love the All N One universal transcription software kits.


I am using SFSpeechRecognizer on Mac OS Catalina to transcribe audio files that are potentially longer than one minute. In my tests I see that in the middle of the file the timestamps of SFTranscriptionSegments again start at zero, just as if the audio clock would be reset. This sometimes happens after a minute but later in the file also at different times. This renders the timestamps useless. Is this something that can be configured or worked around? Chopping audio files into one-minute segments will have the danger of splitting words, thus hurting result quality.


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