You can prepare your own transcripts in ATLAS.ti, or import transcripts that have been created elsewhere.

ATLAS.ti's allows you to incorporate transcripts from virtually any transcript service or app. Whether you're using a commercial transcription service, doing manual translation yourself, or employing an automated speech-to-text system, ATLAS.ti can import the data.

Supported formats are VTT, SRT, TXT, DOCX, and RTF.

ATLAS.ti can automatically detect and code speakers in VTT files that include speaker information.

Some of the services and apps that can export compatible formats:

  • AmberScript
  • Descript
  • Easytranscript
  • ELAN
  • eStream
  • Express Scribe
  • f4 & f5 transcript
  • Go Transcribe
  • Happy Scribe
  • Inqscribe
  • Microsoft Teams
  • oTranscribe
  • Panopto
  • Rev
  • Scribie
  • Simon Says
  • Sonix
  • Speechmatics
  • Spoken ONLINE
  • Temi
  • Transana
  • Transcribe by Wreally
  • TranscribeMe!
  • Transcriber Pro
  • Transcriva
  • Transkripto
  • Trint
  • Vimeo
  • Vocalmatic
  • Voicedocs
  • WebEx
  • YouTube
  • Zoom

Supported timestamps for TXT, RTF, and DOCX transcripts

When writing your own transcripts, you can choose to use specialized transcription software (recommended), write the transcript inside ATLAS.ti, or even simply write the software in the text editor or word processor of your choice.

When hand-writing your transcripts, please choose one of the below formats to ensure maximum compatibility with ATLAS.ti.

FormatExported by
#hh:mm:ss-x#Easytranscript, f4 & f5transcript
[hh:mm:ss.xx]HyperTRANSCRIBE, Inqscribe, Transcriva
[]HyperTRANSCRIBE, Inqscribe, Transcriva
hh:mm:ssTranscriber Pro