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Lindescoop - What a scoop!
Episode 611th November 2022 • Presentation (Skills) Q&A • Carina Ridenius och Martin Lindeskog
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The episode (7 minutes) was recorded at 1330 Central European Time, on November 8, 2022, with Ringr app.. Martin did the editing and post-production with the podcast maker, Alitu. The transcript is generated by Alitu.

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Martin:

Welcome to Presentation Skills Q and A. I am Martin.

Martin:

Linda Scoog or Linda Scoop maybe.

Martin:

Hello Karina.

Carina:

Hello, Martin. Are you Lindy Scoop? What is it?

Carina:

Yes, it's about to speak up loud and clear then yes.

Martin:

And also somebody or someone could understand it and transcribe it.

Martin:

What you are saying today we are talking about text audio.

Carina:

Exactly.

Carina:

We are using transcript in our pod, in this

Carina:

pod.

Carina:

Could you please tell us a little bit more

Carina:

about this? Why transcript?

Martin:

Martin yes, transcript is like a text from the audio.

Martin:

So it's transcribing what you're saying.

Martin:

So then it's generated you could do it

Martin:

manually also to send somebody by doing it by hand.

Martin:

But now it's coming more and more but it automatically done with different services.

Martin:

So with that you could use it for if you're listening to a podcast and the podcast

Martin:

application has transcript as a feature depending on the RSS feed that it's included

Martin:

there, then you could follow along as you are listening to the podcast, you could search for

Martin:

it and it's also generating a transcript on our web page.

Martin:

You could say on Captivate.

Martin:

So there you could also read it and then of

Martin:

course you could search for things and it could be searchable by the search engines.

Martin:

So that's why one or two reasons for why you're using transcript.

Carina:

So your spoken word turns to written material enrollment, it takes a bit of.

Martin:

Moment because it has to process it and to joke again when I say Linda scope in

Martin:

Swedish or Lindoscope in English, American way, it could turn out to Lindoscope because

Martin:

they are not used to that kind of name.

Martin:

Often with transcript service or captioning

Martin:

service also that you have if you have like under text, you could call it like a

Martin:

highlighted text to a video.

Martin:

So on it is often maybe 90, 95, 98% correct,

Martin:

but different like names and words and maybe some expressions or technical jargon could be

Martin:

hard for you could say the motor or the transcriber or translator to understand like

Martin:

machine language.

Martin:

But often it gets better and better.

Carina:

But you're not thinking about the spelling.

Carina:

It's not the spelling that's it the important thing.

Carina:

The important thing is to know where you are in a pod.

Carina:

For example, if you are, for example, interested in some part talking about for

Carina:

example, communication, you can just read the transcript and you know which minute or which

Carina:

part this subject will be spoken of.

Martin:

Correct.

Martin:

And another way to have it also is for

Martin:

accessibility.

Martin:

So if you have maybe a harder time to listen

Martin:

or hearing and you need some aid and then you could follow along with text and I have some

Martin:

thoughts about that, what could happen in the future, but maybe demands that everyone should

Martin:

be able to read the content also together with listening.

Martin:

So that's another thing to have.

Martin:

So we are using as I am editing and doing

Martin:

postproduction when I'm doing it in all it too.

Martin:

And after I should upload the file and I do this feature and then it takes a couple of

Martin:

minutes and then the transcript file is ready to download and then I could then upload it to

Martin:

the hosting that we have.

Martin:

Captivate.

Martin:

So that's how it's showing up there.

Carina:

So it's about to speak up loud and clear for the text material in some way for

Carina:

the transcript.

Carina:

Shall we summarize this?

Carina:

What's a good thing about this transcript thing?

Martin:

Yeah, you could follow along when you're listening reading at the same time it's

Martin:

also search engine optimization that you could be found on the internet and also for

Martin:

accessibility, it's easier to get what you are saying at the same time to listening.

Martin:

So that's pretty good things for with transcript.

Martin:

Again, it's a service, so it's a value at cost to do this.

Martin:

But more and more I think it will be demanded to have it in different formats.

Carina:

Yeah, and I can also say that for me who is sometimes not listening to a whole

Carina:

podcast, a podcast in 1 hour so I can go directly to that part I want to listen.

Martin:

To if I read the transcript for another episode.

Martin:

Also where we could talk about something called chapters, like chapters of a book.

Martin:

So you could have chapters in a podcast episode and then you could illustrate the

Martin:

chapters.

Martin:

So then you could jump to different sections.

Martin:

So there you have one and this you could find in newpodcast apps.

Martin:

Newpodcastapps.com and for example, Pod verse is one that using transcript.

Carina:

Okay. Yeah, interesting.

Carina:

Good topic for some of our incoming episodes.

Martin:

Very good.

Carina:

Thank you for today, Martin.

Martin:

Thank you Carina.

Carina:

Have a nice week.

Martin:

You too.

Martin:

Talk to you soon again.

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