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Use the numeral plus cents for amounts under one dollar. Examples: I need 15 cents. Use the dollar sign plus the numeral for dollar amounts under one million. Use the word dollar only once for a range up to ten. Use the dollar sign and numerals when transcribing a range of currency over ten dollars.
It should be remembered that numbers zero to nine must be written out. For example, zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight and nine. When the numbers reach double figures, they should be written as numerals. For example, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 20, 50, 100, and so on.
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.
The average person can transcribe one audio hour in about 4 hours. It takes most people about one hour to transcribe 15 minutes of a clear, slow audio file.
Transcribe it as if each is speaking in turn. Again, concentrate on one voice and one sentence at a time. Fully transcribe the first sentence of what the first person is saying, inserting the appropriate crosstalk tag in places where you simply cannot understand due to the other voices.
Use a dash to indicate an abrupt interruption mid-sentence by another speaker. Never use a dash to indicate a stutter. Leave out stutters in Clean Verbatim. With spoken dialogue do not transcribe verbal tics (like habitual mm-hms) that interrupt the primary speaker's sentence.
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.
Capture EVERY word (don't paraphrase) Many transcriptionists have the habit of paraphrasing statements to convey the general idea of what is being said rather than typing the exact words. Don't leave out non-verbal communication. Catch those fillers and false starts. Note external sounds.
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