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Transcribing Reality Footage w/B-Roll
This type of transcription only applies to documentary and television projects where the raw footage is completely unstructured but you want the audio that can be heard transcribed.
Examples when transcribing Reality Footage would apply:
During transcription we will attempt to consistently identify each person speaking and will put in brief descriptions of what is happening. The descriptions are general, to give the reader of the transcript an idea of what is occurring but should not be considered "B-Roll" logging. See sample transcripts below. We do not provide "B-Roll Logging" services. Irrelevant audio such as the video production crew talking about technical issues will not be transcribed (i.e. 'Move that light over there.' or 'Okay, let see if we can get the air conditioner turned off.')
If your tape is a mix of 'reality' footage and 'on-the-fly' interviews and you either want the whole thing transcribed or don't know where in the footage the interviews are located, that tape will be billed at the Reality Footage rates.
Time coding is available as a billable option if your materials are submitted with a visible time code window burn. We insert a timecode reference every 30 seconds into your transcript.
Notes on Audio Formats for Reality TV footage / cinema verite: