Transcription – word by word

Do you need a written transcript of your recorded meeting, a video interview or a focus group discussion? Turning spoken language into a written text is a time-consuming task. Tiresome typing will be a thing of the past once you start using panalingua’s professional transcription services.


At panalingua, we work with experienced transcribers who will accurately convert your audio files into written transcripts. In addition, we use innovative speech-to-text technologies to ensure that you get the best quality transcript, at the best price, with the quickest possible turnaround time. An all-in-one, highly efficient and affordable transcription solution to meet all your needs.

What can be transcribed?

We can transcribe just about any type of content in any audio or video format in a variety of languages. Look for your type of content and format in the lists below, or contact us with your specific request.

Audio and Video Formats:

  • MP3 and MP4
  • M4A
  • WAV
  • WMA
  • FLAC
  • AAC
  • AVI
  • MOV

Types of Content:

  • Interviews
  • Meetings
  • Group Discussions
  • Conferences
  • Webinars
  • TV Productions
  • Online Workshops
  • Presentations

Audio quality matters

Please bear in mind: Your finished transcript can only be as good as the quality of the recorded audio you sent for transcription. In order to get the best possible transcription result, there are a few simple things you can do. These will ensure that your audio file has great sound quality, meaning that our transcribers can do the best job possible. Because you don’t want them to miss any important information, do you?

Five easy tips to get the best transcription quality

  • Preparation is key: Before you start to test any recording devices and other technologies you might use, make sure the participants in the conversation are ready and willing to be recorded.
  • Ensure good audio quality: Pick a quiet location to obtain sound recordings that are free from distracting background noise.
  • Proximity to the microphone: Make sure that the speaker is sitting close enough to your recording device or that the device is placed centrally when there are multiple speakers.
  • Interruptions and delivery:Ask speakers not to interrupt one another and always to speak clearly at a normal volume and speed.
  • Tell us what you need the transcript for: Do you need it to include time stamps? Will any acronyms or industry-specific terminology be used? Should names of companies and people be anonymized? We can prepare a transcript to suit your requirements.

Request a free quote for your transcription project today.