Can Trint separate speakers by paragraph?
Yes! This feature is available for all customers.
Here’s what a transcript will look like without speaker separation:
How do I activate it?
Speaker separation is selected by default when you upload files for transcription. To deactivate it, uncheck “Detect speaker change” in the upload window when uploading.
What can it do?
With clear audio, Trint detects when there is a change in speaker and automatically starts a new paragraph. With poorer quality audio, speaker changes may be less accurate.
What can’t it do?
Unfortunately, Trint won’t label your speakers for you, but you can add these in manually.
Why didn’t Trint detect a speaker change?
Did Trint miss a change in speakers? If multiple speakers are talking over each other, if one interrupts the other or if two voices are similar, Trint might not recognize a change. Simply add a paragraph to manually separate them.
When shouldn’t I enable it?
Speaker separation isn’t needed if your audio or video file only has one speaker.
How do I correct paragraph separation errors?
Trint automatically inserts paragraphs when there is a break in speech. This provides greater clarity in a large block of text, especially when there’s only one speaker.
Can I apply this to previous transcriptions?
You can only apply speaker separation when you first transcribe a file.
If you need any help or have any further questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.