Important notes on the automated transcription service ASR.
- The University is subject to regulatory requirements to provide accessible video and audio content. For more information on these requirements, please visit the Creating accessible video and audio content guide.
- All new materials uploaded to Echo360 via Lecture Capture or Universal Capture will have a transcript generated automatically by the ASR system.
- The time it takes a transcript to generate will depend on the length of the video and current load on the ASR system. Minimum processing time 30 mins.
- Automatic transcripts are not 100% accurate especially when dealing with specialist topics.
- Transcripts are not captions. A transcript can be enabled as Closed Captions on your video content.
From 18th August 2020 all video and audio uploaded to the Echo360 system directly, via in-classroom automated Lecture Capture and Universal Capture will automatically have a transcript generated.
Video and audio uploaded before 18th August 2020 will not have a transcript automatically generated. Only videos to be used with students in the 20/21 academic year can be transcribed.
Where it has not been possible to review the accuracy of transcripts, ensure students know that transcripts have not been human-edited and clearly indicate who they should contact if they have any queries about transcript content.
Automatically generated transcripts are not 100% accurate. The accuracy of transcription will be impacted by several factors including, but not limited to, quality of audio, background noise, intonation, accent and use of technical or specialist language.
- Access the list of videos associated with your course via the Echo360 block on the course Moodle page or via the Echo360 home page.
- Click the green button next to the video and click Edit transcript.
- Review the transcript, click Edit transcript in the top-right of the page to begin editing the transcript.
- Click Save as new version once the transcript has been reviewed and changes made.
While editing the transcript, a slider will display at the top of the panel. This can be adjusted to mark words that fall below the percentage of confidence with a double red underline. This helps to identify inaccuracies in the transcript.
Once the transcript is available, it can be used as Closed Captions on the video.
- In the transcript editor, click Apply to CC.
Once the transcript is available, the file can be downloaded.
- Access the list of videos associated with your course via the Echo360 block on the course Moodle page or via the Echo360 home page
- Click the green button next to the required video and click details.
- Click edit transcript found below the video.
- Click Export to download at a .VTT or .TXT file
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