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I’ve spent the past two weeks coming up with a format to create and disseminate transcripts of video and audio materials I find important enough to have in text format.
With the proliferation of videos and podcasts, transcripts have become more useful in my work. As a writer and teacher, transcripts enable me to:
- Skip long videos and podcasts (by reading or scanning them, instead.)
- Search hundreds of videos, podcasts, or lectures by keywords.
- Listen and read at the same time.
- Come back up to speed quickly on an “old” video or podcast.
- Quote the text without having to transcribe or retype.
I use DevonThink to store, scan, and search thousands of documents. Transcripts make videos, podcasts, & lectures available to that research workflow.
Note: Each transcript (pdf) will be digitally signed by yours truly for web security. If you see my digital signature, you’ll know the document has not been altered from the signed original.
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