Convert Japanese Audio to Text

Notta is the best online transcription tool for converting Japanese audio to text. You can quickly transcribe and translate Japanese audio to English, German, Spanish and other languages in a few clicks.

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Effortlessly Convert Japanese Audio to Text with Notta

Effortlessly convert Japanese audio to text with Notta's advanced transcription solutions. Our powerful speech recognition technology accurately captures every word and detail. Customize your transcriptions, collaborate seamlessly, and make your Japanese audio content more accessible. Streamline your workflow and unlock the full potential of Notta's transcription services.

How to transcribe Japanese audio to text

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1. Add Japanese Audio Files

Create a Notta account and log in to Notta Web. Enter the dashboard, then on the right side, click 'Import Files,' select Japanese as the transcription language to improve the accuracy, and then drag or click 'Select Documents' to import audios.

2. Get Your Transcription

Notta will begin transcribing audios automatically soon once you complete uploading files. Depending on the size of the file, it may take some time. The maximum uploaded file size is 1GB(audio) / 10 GB(video). Notta will complete the transcribing in a few minutes. You can translate the transcriptions into other languages such as English, German, and Spanish via the Notta mobile app.

3. Export and Share

Click the 'Export' button, you may export the transcription to TXT, DOCX, SRT, XLSX, or PDF formats, or you can click the 'Share' button to generate a unique URL to share the transcript with colleagues or friends online. If you don't want to share the entire document, select the text blocks and then click 'Share' to generate clips.

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Accurate and Efficient Transcriptions

  • Notta utilizes advanced speech recognition technology to provide accurate transcriptions of Japanese audio.

  • Capture every word and detail with precision, ensuring the fidelity of the transcribed text.

  • Record and transcribe your meeting in Japanese in real time.

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Video and Audio Translation

  • Supports 42 translated languages from the selection.

  • Enhance global collaboration and understanding by making your Japanese audio content accessible to a wider audience.

  • Export your translation in common formats.

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Collaboration and Accessibility

  • Easily collaborate and share your transcriptions with colleagues or clients, facilitating seamless communication.

  • Access your transcriptions anytime, anywhere, from any device with Notta's cloud-based platform.

  • Make your Japanese audio content accessible to a wider audience by converting it into text.

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Security & Privacy

Notta complies with security regulations, including CCPA, SSL, GDPR, and APPI. We encrypt all data using AWS' RDP and S3 services to safeguard your privacy.

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Sync Across Devices

Notta supports cross-device synchronization. You can access your transcriptions on Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android tablets, and web browsers like Google Chrome, Safari, Microsoft Edge, and Firefox.

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Various Options

Notta's real-time live transcription service can swiftly capture and transcribe ongoing conversations such as webinars, podcasts, and online courses. You may also convert speech to text from audio files, such as webinars, podcasts, and online courses.

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Multiple Formats

Notta is compatible with many audio and video file types, including WAV, MP3, M4A, CAF, and video formats such as AIFF and AVI, RMVB, FLV, MP4, MP3, and MOV.

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High Accuracy

We are constantly improving the accuracy of Notta speech to text recognition. In most cases, Notta can achieve a 98.86% transcription accuracy.

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Multiple Languages

Notta can recognize and convert audio in 58 languages to text, including English, Spanish, German, French, Portuguese, Hindi, and many others. Translation service is also available.

Frequently Asked Question

Is there an app that can translate audio?

Sure! The Notta mobile app allows you to convert audio to text using your phone on any occasion. To make high-quality transcriptions, you may either start a live recording or upload audio and video files. Notta is free from the Apple App Store and Google Play.

Is there a way to translate audio?

  1. Allow your browser to access the microphone, then go to Google Translate and select the translation languages. 

  2. Click the microphone button to begin speaking and translating.

How do I transcribe audio to text?

Step 1: Log in to Notta Web. Enter the dashboard, and click 'Import Files' to upload audios. Step 2: Select the transcription language to ensure transcription accuracy. Step 3: Select 'Export' to export the transcriptions to TXT, DOCX, SRT, XLSX, or PDF formats.

What is the best voice translator app?

Here are our top 10 best voice translator apps to help you translate: 1. Day Translations 2. Speak & Translate 3. Google Translate 4. Microsoft Translator 5. SayHi. 6. iTranslate Translator & Dictionary 7. TripLingo. 8. Microsoft Translator. 9. Naver Papago Translate. 10.VoiceTra

How do I convert Japanese audio to English subtitles?

  • Step 1: Log in to Notta. Select 'Import Files' to upload audios.

  • Step 2: Choose Japanese as the transcription language. 

  • Step 3: Open the Notta app. Find the recording. Tap 'Translate.' Select English as the language you want to translate. 

  • Step 4: Select 'Export' to export the text to SRT format, the standard format for video subtitles.

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What Our Users Say

This program is fabulous! I use it to transcribe interviews for my Ph.D. research, which is so easy to use. I can pick up essential information as much as possible from the audio (usually about 70-80% of the lecture and interviews) and then allow you to easily playback the audio at different speeds to correct any mistakes.