Thursday, 14 November 2019

Now Amazon Transcribe’s Speech-to-text feature is available in 8 further languages

Amazon Transcribe is an automatic speech recognition (ASR) service that based on advanced machine learning technologies which can use to convert audio files into text format and to build applications that incorporate the content of audio files. Amazon Transcribe can be utilized for plenty applications. For example, you can transcribe the audio track from a video recording to generate subtitles for the video. Amazon Transcribe can transcribe audio files saved in common formats, like WAV and MP3, with time stamps for each word so that you can simply find the audio in the original source by looking for the text. Amazon Transcribe is constantly learning and enhancing to boost the progress of language. You can examine audio files stored in Amazon S3 with the help of Amazon Transcribe API. Besides, you can send a live audio stream to Amazon Transcribe and get a stream of transcripts in real time. Now Amazon Transcribe is available in further 8 languages - Irish English, Scottish English, Welsh English, Dutch, Farsi, Indonesian, Portuguese, and Tamil languages. With these new supported languages, Amazon Transcribe is now totally available in Modern Standard Arabic, Chinese Mandarin-Mainland, Dutch, Australian English, British English, Indian English, Irish English, Scottish English, US English, Welsh English, French, Canadian French, Farsi, German, Indian Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Korean, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, US Spanish, and Tamil languages. To get the further information, refer Amazon Transcribe or Documentation.

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