Create text transcriptions from audio and video files

Enunci is an online transcription service. The Enunci app provides an easy-to-use and convinent way to create text transcriptions of voice recordings, from sources like meeting recordings and interviews. We use Artificial Intelligence voice transcription technology from Amazon Web Services to process and transcribe your audio and video files, while providing simple account management and a variety of text output formats.

Our credits-based payment system means you Pay-as-you-Go, only paying for the minutes or seconds of audio you wish to transcribe.

How Enunci's Transcription Service works

Step 1: Create a Transcription Job

Create a new transcription job, giving it a title and adding any helpful notes that you'd like on the export documents.

Step 2: Upload your audio or video file

Enunci currently accepts WAV (.wav) and MP4 (.mp4) files up to 5GB in size - we're working on supporting more formats.

Step 3: Choose Transcription options

Choose which language is spoken in your audio or video file. We currently support the following languages:

  • English (British)
  • English (US)
  • English (Australian)
  • English (Indian)
  • English (Irish)
  • English (Scottish)
  • English (Welsh)
  • Gulf Arabic
  • Modern Standard Arabic
  • Chinese Mandarin
  • Dutch
  • Spanish
  • Spanish (US)
  • French
  • French (Canadian)
  • Farsi
  • German
  • German (Swiss)
  • Hebrew
  • Indian Hindi
  • Indonesian
  • Italian
  • Japanese 日本人
  • Korean
  • Malay
  • Portuguese
  • Portuguese (Brazillian)
  • Russian
  • Tamil
  • Telugu
  • Turkish

Step 4: Pay and start your transcription

Enunci is a Pay-as-you-Go service, so you only pay for the number of seconds of audio you wish to transcribe. Once you've topped-up your account credit balance, you'll be able to spend these credits on new transcriptions

Once you start a transcription job, we'll notify you when it's finished.

A transcription typically takes at least as long as the length of your audio or video file, sometimes up to twice as long.

Once the transcription is complete, you can download your transcription as a Word Doc (.docx) or PDF (.pdf) file.