Check out this helpful post from the Libro Editing blog on Types of Transcription.
There are many different types of transcription, and when you work as a transcriber, you might be asked to do any or all of them. Later in your transcription career, you may choose to specialise in one, and this can be useful for your career. It’s important to know about the kinds of transcription so that you can provide the best possible transcript for your client – if it’s important to them to include everything everyone says and you do an intelligent transcription, your transcription might not even be any use to them!
The different kinds of transcription
These are the main types of transcription. Be careful, however: some clients might describe these different types in different ways, using different language or explaining what they want rather than using a particular term.
Phonetic / linguistic transcription
Phonetic or linguistic transcription is a highly specialised form of transcription which records not…
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