The Audio Interchange File Format is a 16-bit audio storage form made for Apple systems in 1988, most commonly used in Macs.
Gglot's speech-to-text software is also MacOS compatible- your transcripts are fast, accurate and affordable no matter what OS you use.
Text files generally refer to .txt, which is a simple file type that only holds unformatted text. Simple and clear, but you can’t do much else with it. It can also refer to .docx (a Word document you can edit and add whatever else to) or a .pdf (a format that allows consistent sharing of text and images regardless of hardware. Gglot can give you your finished transcript in these files, and more!
Why YOU Should Try our Free AIFF Transcriber:
Gglot for Podcasters
Search engines rely on keywords, such as memorable quotes- which can't be searched by audio alone. By transcribing your podcasts with Gglot however, more people can find your site because your discussion about Deep Learning becomes searchable to the searcher.
Gglot for Editors
Captions are an important way to improve the comprehension of your content. Upload your audio files (AIFF or Otherwise) and use our editor to help you create your subtitles, boosting you and your viewers' convenience.
Gglot for Writers
As a journalist, office worker or otherwise, interviews are one way to ensure an engaging report. Gglot can transcribe your accurately and quickly, and you can rectify or remove those unnecessary stutters with our online editor. Spend less time on transcription and more time on analyzation!