Everybody loves a good YouTube video
From interesting and informative TED Talks to hilarious comedy videos when you need a bit of cheering up, YouTube videos are great! In fact, some of them are so good that they can be used for a variety of personal and academic research purposes.
This is where we transcribe youtube videos.
Many video users find themselves at one time or another looking to do some voice typing or transcribe their videos. This may be for legal purposes (company policy or even in some cases, legislation requires sub-titles/captions on educational or other informative videos) or for search engine optimisation (SEO) to help promote the video on public platforms.
Transcription security and data protection
While YouTube itself provides a cc button for captioning (read Google Support on how to caption) to do this automatically, if your video requires high-quality accurate captions or sub-titles, then your choice is really limited to either doing it yourself or outsourcing this task to a specialist video transcription service that can guarantee at least 99% accuracy.
But really, who’s got the time, energy (or even ability) to accurately capture every single word that is spoken in the YouTube video of your choice? We do!
Look no further than Way With Words for the transcription of any YouTube video, quickly and in the format you want.
A Trusted Transcription Service
Way With Words is the trusted YouTube video transcription service for anyone. Clients who use our transcription service come from many sectors including the legal, medical, marketing, publishing and arts professions. We transcribe youtube videos for many universities and colleges that use YouTube videos for teaching classes and research. Our attention to detail, reliability, and commitment to excellence make us a one-stop YouTube video transcription service.
- Expert subject English-language YouTube transcribers + select add-on options!
- Fast accurate YouTube transcriptions + choice of turnarounds by budget.
- Audio, video or custom YouTube transcripts + various interview transcript formats.
- Instant quote, file upload + quick online account.
- Confidentiality assured, as well as secure online protocols.
How Does It Work?
Just go to our instant video calculator (see below) and open an account (it takes less than 60 seconds) and then upload your YouTube video file. You will see your file in your account. We will start transcribing it as you instructed. For more information on how to start using our transcribing service, view our video transcription services guide.
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Quote or Order
Use our Transcription Calculator to get an instant quote or to place an order now.
How do I upload my files?
Audio and video files can be uploaded via our secure online workflow system. Once files have been processed, you will receive a notification with instructions on how to collect your transcripts. Get started here.
What are the costs?
Costs are calculated per recorded minute and dependent on turnaround time required.
For budget options, longer turnarounds are available. Time Coding, Full Verbatim and Special Formatting options incur a surcharge.
How long are quotes valid?
Quotes are valid for 30 days from date of quotation. Save your job as a draft should you wish to complete your order at a later stage.
Do you have an office in my area?
Our main operational offices are located in the United Kingdom and South Africa while we have points of presence in various territories globally. Please click here to get in touch with us.
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Machine Transcription Polishing
For users of machine transcription that require polished machine transcripts.
For users that require machine learning language data.
Clients include universities, teaching schools, academic institutions.
Commonly used for academic research, field studies, postgraduate research collections, focus group recordings and analysis, institutional lectures and speeches, as well as academic presentations.
Clients include companies and businesses of all sizes and across all industries.
Commonly used for conference calls, earnings calls, management proceedings, market research strategies, stakeholder presentations, boardroom and corporate meetings, entrance or exit job interviews, AGMs as well as minute reports or memos.
Clients include event companies, businesses and government institutions that host conferences and workshops.
Commonly used for conferences, seminars, and workshops that cover topics such as research methodology seminars, business development, entrepreneurship, technology, education, culture and community, finance, business models, corporate strategy, tourism, leadership, energy, environment, as well as medical research.
Clients include human resource departments, managers, labour lawyers, unions, business and government.
Commonly used for issues related to disabilities, discrimination, employee development, employee discipline, employee leave management, equal employment opportunity, harassment and special work arrangements.
Clients include corporations, merchant banks, regulatory bodies, building societies, accountants, compliance companies, business schools, finance advisers, webcast providers, management consultants and finance portals.
Commonly used for forex consulting, wealth management advice, insurance agreements, finance brokering, banking, investor relations, earnings calls, annual financial and budget meetings, business surveys, interim company results, financial seminars and training sessions, analyst interviews, financial reports and company reports.
Focus Group Transcription
Clients include business services, marketing groups, PR companies, brand houses, research groups, academic institutions and government departments.
Commonly used for roundtable discussions, surveys, market research, business discussions, brainstorming workshops, strategic planning sessions, academic research, meetings and group discussions.
Clients include local, regional, federal, provincial, state and national governments.
Commonly used for meetings, parliamentary discussions, public policy debates, public reports, cabinet or other government minutes and government research into its many programmes.
Clients include insurance, medical and legal professionals and any other relevant or related claims experts.
Commonly used for insurance recorded statements, insurance testimonials, insurance and damage reports, agent summaries, file interviews, notes on investigations and probes, summary reports, theft/property damage reports and insurance reports for property, casualty, holdings and assets.
Clients include professionals from various disciplines, including business people, lawyers, authors, journalists, students, researchers, recruiters, multimedia professionals, and police.
Commonly used for research interviews, one-on-one interviews, job interviews, news/journalist interviews, radio interviews, focus group interviews, group discussions, legal interviews, market research, police interviews, teleconferences and telephone interviews.
Clients include attorneys, police departments, detectives, private investigators, law firms and private individuals.
Commonly used for police investigations, property investigations, insurance investigations, disciplinary hearings, crime scene investigation, forensic reports, taped confessions, surveillance recordings, wiretaps, fire and motor accidents, legal proceedings, hearings and private meetings, medical investigation and even scientific investigations.
Clients include law firms, law enforcement organisations, attorneys, police departments, detectives, private investigators and private individuals.
Commonly used for general correspondence and memos, attorney dictation, deposition transcripts and recorded witness statements, medical-legal reports, debt collection, legal agreements, contracts, wills and trust documents, commercial and domestic conveyancing, medical negligence and personal injury, immigration, videotaped depositions or interviews, surveillance and investigative reports and telephone hearings.
Market Research Transcription
Clients include market researchers, marketing specialists, brand houses, businesses and government.
Commonly used for collecting data from potential customers, focus groups, producers and service or product providers for evaluation or to capture insights from a wide variety of sources: focus groups, consumer forums, interviews, opinion polls on possible outcomes for a market strategy.
Clients include broadcast companies, television studios, production houses, news journalists, newspapers, social media distribution agents, video creatives and podcasters.
Commonly used for films, television shows, documentaries, adverts, promotional videos, training materials, news pieces, podcasts, radio broadcasts and talk shows.
Clients include doctors, nurses, administrators, medical researchers, pharmaceutical companies and other healthcare providers.
Commonly used for keeping patient records, doctor dictated reports, procedures and notes, treatment history of patients, medical research interviews, healthcare research and medical findings.
Clients include podcasters, media houses, radio stations, social media thought leaders and participants.
Commonly used for webcast lectures, interviews, legal proceedings, sports events, audio library hosting, webcasts and television studio conferences.
Clients include police departments, government security agencies, private security firms and other law enforcement agencies.
Commonly used for suspect interviews, patrol reports, disciplinary hearings, tribunal hearings, victim interviews, witness statements, fire reports, emergency service phone calls, 911 or other emergency dispatch calls, memorandums and internal communications, surveillance footage and wiretaps, inmate or prisoner phone calls, and staff and departmental meetings.
Clients include churches, prayer groups, bible study groups and other religious bodies.
Commonly used for church lectures, religious coaching, church notes, church correspondence, prayer/study groups, ministry, gospel seminars and bible reading.
Clients include individuals, business, and government.
Commonly used for teleconferences, videoconferences, Skype, VOIP, WhatsApp or other software chat services.