Simon Says is good. Speedscriber is another option. As far as services, I recommend REV.com, which offers both automated (AI) and human transcription. Depending on the service, you can edit (online) and then download various closed caption and/or subtitle formats, transcriptions, and even ScriptSync files for Avid. All of the major NLEs have built-in captioning workflows to import and edit those files in your timeline.
How about…free? Upload to your YouTube account…it will auto-generate the captions which you can later edit for any errors and export the caption file to insert in your NLE. Nothing better than free Also the latest Beta Version of Premiere Pro has an auto-generation Caption feature was well
Thanks for the suggestions, i have gone through the companies you and others have mentioned.
They are cool and awesome!!
I would like to bring to your notice about another product called Trance from Digital-Nirvana.com which is cloud-based, enterprise-level SaaS platform, accessible from any web-enabled computer to auto-generate transcripts, create closed captions and translate text into more than 100 different languages.
Impressed with Natural language processing (NLP) which automatically convert transcripts into captions and to automatically detect shot changes.