1.5.1 / June 6, 2005
|Written in||Tcl/Tk, C|
Transcriber is a tool for the transcription and annotation of speech signals for linguistic research. It supports multiple hierarchical layers of segmentation, named entity annotation, speaker lists, topic lists, and overlapping speakers. Two views of the sound pressure waveform at different resolutions may be viewed simultaneously. Various character encodings, including Unicode, are supported.
Transcriber is written in Tcl/Tk with the Snack audio library and is therefore available on most major platforms. It is distributed under the GNU General Public License. Transcriber has been superseded by TranscriberAG.
- "Transcriber - Speech Segmentation and Annotation DTD". OASIS. November 16, 2000. Retrieved February 20, 2009.
- "TranscriberAG a tool for segmenting, labeling and transcribing speech". Retrieved March 11, 2017.
- C. Barras; E. Geoffrois; Z. Wu & M. Liberman (January 2000). "Transcriber: development and use of a tool for assisting speech corpora production". Speech Communication (special issue on Speech Annotation and Corpus Tools). 33 (1–2).
- E. Geoffrois; C. Barras; S. Bird & Z. Wu (May–June 2000). "Transcribing with Annotation Graphs". Second International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC): 1517–1521.
- C. Barras; E. Geoffrois; Z. Wu & M. Liberman (May 1998). "Transcriber: a Free Tool for Segmenting, Labeling and Transcribing Speech" (PDF). First International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC): 1373–1376.
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