The Annotator's Workbench is a software tool that enables users to create a collection from a set of existing video files, segment that collection, create annotations and assign vocabulary terms to the segments, and control access. This tool is part of the Ethnographic Video for Institution and Analysis (EVIA) Digital Archive Project at Indiana University and the University of Michigan.
EPPT allows users to encode image-based scholarly editions without having to know XML syntax. It automates or semi-automates repeating attributes, and provides templates to reduce errors and accelerate the encoding process.
EXMARaLDA (Extensible Markup Language for Discourse Annotation) is a system of concepts, data formats and tools for the computer assisted transcription and annotation of spoken language, and for the construction and analysis of spoken language corpora.
F4 eases the transcription process of audio or video recordings and you can safe about 30% of your time. You can adjust the playback speed to your personal transcription speed. Further there is a foot pedal usable to control the playback. You can set automatically time marks, speaker change or text modules.
InqScribe is a software for transcription and subtitling. You may view and transcribe audio or video side-by-side. You may insert blocks of text, time codes, as well as convert your transcript into a subtitled movie.
Proofread Page is an extension for MediaWiki which allows you to edit transcriptions side by side with the page images. It is used on WikiSource for manuscript and early print transcription projects. Proofread Page supports workflow, but no markup.
A software application for the playback of audio recordings. SoundScriber offers specific functionality for researchers that wish to transcribe a recording. It was originally developed for use in the Michigan Corpus of Academic Spoken English (MICASE) project and released for use by academics performing similar work.
Audio playback via installed audio codecs (e.g. Wav, MP3)
The Text-Image Linking Environment (TILE) is a web-based tool for creating and editing image-based electronic editions and digital archives of humanities texts. It allows the user to import and export transcript lines and images of text, as well as mark up the image, and includes a semi-automated line recognizer.
Transcription Assistant is a tool that assists in transcription, and incorporates metadata about each image and transcription that may be used to search through an electronic library of transcriptions.