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EasySpeech2Text Pro

Easily Convert Voice and Audio Files to Plain Text

$19.50
v2.4.8 for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Window 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista
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Do you find yourself spending hours and hours transcribing spoken recordings into text, then spending even more time going through your transcription looking for errors? Reclaim your time with today’s discount software promotion EasySpeech2Text Pro!

EasySpeech2Text Pro is the best way to convert audio files to text documents, faster and more accurately than manually typing them. With EasySpeech2Text Pro, you’ll be able to easily transcribe your voice and MP3 audio recordings into plain text, leveraging the power of Google and other advanced technologies. The result is fast and accurate, and you have your choice of three modes.

What’s more, you can also use EasySpeech2Text Pro to translate written text into spoken words, complete with high quality natural sounding voice synthesizers!

Imagine how much more productive you’ll be once you’re able to use EasySpeech2Text Pro to convert multiple audio files to written text, ready to use in whatever application you need!

Please note folks: using Google Json Credential is the key of EasySpeech2Text Pro. In today's digital marketing, most Mp3 transcriber software are too expensive to afford. Like Speechpad, the transcription costs $1 to $3 per minute. Learn more here: https://easyspeech2text.com/blog/choose-mp3-transcription-software-in-digital-market/
However, using Google API, it is much cheaper. Google provides $300 bonus and it means 12,500 minutes free transcription. In most cases, you do not have to pay anything. After the bonus is used up, Google charges only $1.44 for each hour audio transcription. It is difficult for non-technical users to call Google API. While EasySpeech2Text provides a super convenient method for users to load it. Follow the simple steps here: https://easyspeech2text.com/blog/use-google-api-json-credentials/

In conclusion please notice that:
1. Using EasySpeech2Text Pro requires Google API created by you;
2. Google asks for Credit Card information to activate your Google Cloud Account.

This promotion includes the following:
EasySpeech2Text v2.4.8 ($19.50)
All PDF Converter Pro ($29.95)
Review Written by Constantin Florea

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Brenda Adams Another question: once we install this software are we leaving ourselves open to receiving lots of sales pitch emails for their many other products?
Jun 2 at 12:37am Copy Link
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Brent User When I try to convert a .mp3 to text, I'm prompted to input my own Google JSON file. ???
Jun 2 at 9:48am Copy Link
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Bunty User "Unknown publisher" says microsoft. I cant take the risk of installing this!!!
Jun 2 at 12:41pm Copy Link
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Brenda Adams Unknown doesn't bother me much. THAT part I am used to. But something feels odd here and I want to know if ANYONE has tried this software? (Has anyone at Bits?)
I want to know how legit this is. There are several Speech to Text programs...and I think Windows even has one built-in. This one here claims to be ALL things (on its website). Speech to Text. Text to Speech. Etc. I just wonder about that. Seems improbable. I love my Text to Speech program (called Text Aloud) but it took years to perfect is a stand alone product, like most of these types of programs are. They don't do BOTH. Finding a reallllly gooood Speech to Text program is almost impossible, even if you spend lots of money. (However, Dragon and I parted company years ago...maybe it finally got it together in recent years, I dunno.) I doubt that this product here can BEGIN to compete with either of the two programs I have just mentioned.
Something feels strange....
Jun 2 at 1:38pm Copy Link
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A B Hi Brenda the Text Aloud program seems to be a real find. Any thoughts on a alternative speech to text program that isn't beyond bloated like dragon?
Jun 2 at 8:53pm Copy Link
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ricoh flex BE WARNED about EasySpeech2Text giveaway.
It demands MONEY after a while.
Quote { However, using Google API, it is much cheaper. Google provides $300 bonus and it means 12,500 minutes free transcription. In most cases, you do not have to pay anything. After the bonus is used up, Google charges only $1.44 for each hour audio transcription. } UnQuote

It demands you give your credit card number.
Quote { In conclusion please notice that:
1. Using EasySpeech2Text Pro requires Google API created by you;
2. Google asks for Credit Card information to activate your Google Cloud Account.} UnQuote
Jun 3 at 3:03am Copy Link
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Andy Phillips What a bunch of whiners.

"Unknown publisher" just means the author hasn't paid money to Microsoft for Microsoft's approval. Guess what -- the author of this software hasn't approved of Microsoft either.

"I'm prompted to input my own Google JSON file. ???"
Did you even read the documentation. ???

"BE WARNED about EasySpeech2Text giveaway.
It demands MONEY after a while."
No it doesn't, you moron. GOOGLE wants your credit card info, not the publisher. Google gives you a $300 credit, good for a year, and offers various free services after that. After a year, or the $300 is expended, your account is closed and you have to reactivate it before you'll owe Google any money.So, you may have to stop using this program after a year, or after using up your Google credit, but this program never demands any money from you and Google won't demand anything unless you insist on using the non-free parts of their service.

"...once we install this software are we leaving ourselves open to receiving lots of sales pitch emails for their many other products?"
If you're worried about this use a throw-away email address. Duh.

"There are several Speech to Text programs...and I think Windows even has one built-in."
Audio to text? Where? Jeez....
Jun 4 at 3:59am Copy Link
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Brenda Adams Andy (or should I write Smart But Hostile Geezer?)

Speech to Text -- look for it -- pretty sure it's in Windows cuss I've used it. HERE, Windows Speech Recognition, it's called. duh. Plus online there are some. Not great. None of them. But you sound like you need more to find things or people to find fault with. Soothes your fury to vent, I suppose? Good luck.
Jun 4 at 1:20pm Copy Link
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Andy Phillips Windows Speech Recognition is for dictation into forms, not generalized audio to text. Maybe there's some way to use its functionality by piping audio through it, but it's not documented anywhere that I've seen.

The whining on this page, that I responded to, is determinedly ignorant, dumb and entitled, and I feel perfectly justified in reacting to it the way I did.
Jun 5 at 1:27am Copy Link
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Brent User Andy, your wisdom and wit will go down in the annals of internet history. The brightest at Alexandria could not hold a candle to your overflowing fountain of erudition. They only wish they could have been born in your day to bow at your feet and grovel whilst acknowledging your superiority in all things.

May we send our adoration and worship to you in the form of laudable gifts? Perhaps gold, frankincense and myrrh to start? Our gratitude for your condescension to honor us with your august opinions and presence on this giveaway comment section is unfathomable! Your uncanny ability to judge with perfection and precision the character and personalities of those you have never met based off of one or two posts is unmatched and godlike, to be sure. May the gods prosper you for ever and ever, amen!
Jun 5 at 11:07am Copy Link
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Bunty User Re:
"Unknown publisher" just means the author hasn't paid money to Microsoft for Microsoft's approval."
I wasnt aware of this. Apologies.??
Jun 5 at 8:43pm Copy Link
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