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Accuracy. Only type the words that are spoken in the audio file. US English. Use proper US English capitalization, punctuation and spelling. Do Not Paraphrase. Do Not Add Additional Information. Clean Up Non-Verbatim Jobs. Verbatim Work Should Be Truly Verbatim.
Every sentence should end with a punctuation mark. Except when the sentence ends with a double dash which means the sentence was incomplete, or an unintelligible or inaudible mark when you cannot be sure whether the sentence is a question or not. The beginning of every sentence should be capitalized.
Inaudible timestamps in English transcription are used when you cannot make out what the speaker is saying in the audio recording. Type the word inaudible and include the time stamps as shown below. Inaudible Transcription Example We went to the zoo and met [inaudible 00:07:00] there.
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Insert one 'tab' between the speaker name and the spoken dialogue as you transcribe the recording. Insert a line break between each paragraph as you transcribe the recording. Bold each speaker label as you transcribe the recording.
If there is a lengthy pause, write it as [pause]. Most brief pauses will not require the indication of a pause. Instead of typing [pause], using .., or , use a comma, which is used to indicate slight pauses in speech. Identify all nonverbal communication, such as pauses, laughter, crying, sighing, and so on.
Use a speaker label whenever speakers change or if there is a long pause. Use the full name (if available) on first reference. Use the speaker's first name for the remainder of the transcription. If the speaker's title is known, include the title with each label.
Speaker labels are words used to identify a person speaking in an audio. The label is usually the speaker's name, role or other identifying attribute. The speaker label should be followed by a colon and space. Also, capitalize each speaker label word.
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