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From: EddieNSent: 2/19/2013 7:28 PMTo: [address removed]Subject: Re: [newtech-1] What's the best tool to have a video transcribed?Suggestions needed
Using YouTube's transcription service seems like a good way of doing it. If you upload your video to YouTube, a quick and reliable way to download it back as just an MP3 is to install the Firefox addon Video DownloadHelper. It has a built-in media converter IIRC, so you can download the video back from YouTube in FLV, MP4, or MP3 formats (at least).
If you don't want to upload the video to YouTube, you can convert it locally into many many formats using Hamster Free Video Converter.
And who knows, maybe you could call your Google Voice number, play back the audio portion of the video when you're leaving a voicemail for yourself, and then it will transcribe it for you. The transcription will not be perfect, and there may be limits regarding how long the voicemail can be, but it's a start.
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