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Rev site to transcribe audio and video files into texts 2023 review

Rev site to transcribe audio and video files into texts 2023 review

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engage _ freelancers for translation, transcription, and/or captions, and videos online.

Expected pay: $18 - $180 per audio hour.

Commissions and Fees: No data

Where: Nationwide except California. As well as Canada, Ireland, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand, South Africa and the United Kingdom.

Requirements: Strong knowledge of English, age 18+, computer, fast internet connection.

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reconsidering:

From 30 cents to $3 per minute of audio/video—in other words, $18 to $180 per hour of audio—Rev seems to be paying pretty well. But the audio clock is not the same as the clock time. When transcribing audio and movies, it can take up to six times longer to enter exact text. Freelancers who have worked with Rev complain that it is difficult to hear the audio files from the sites, which makes the job even more difficult.

Furthermore, the highest stakes here are for those who have extensive experience with Rev and those who can create movie subtitles (including voices) and/or subtitles while transcribing. However, if you type at an incredible speed and get the hang of it, you can make some decent money working from home.

However, due to the massive increase in interest due to the pandemic, it can take up to three months for your application to be processed.

Our Husl$ neutral team balances low beginner fees with high fees for ropes learners, as well as work flexibility.

what we like

Rev. pays freelancers once a week via PayPal. You select the work you do and it is listed along with the type of text you will be working on, duration, payment and deadline. The site seems to have a lot of work to do. Click here to register.

Recommendations:

If you're based in the US, our best option for transcription is Outsourcing, which pays more than double Rev base rates. However, the site is very eclectic. This does not include transcribers in California, New Jersey or Massachusetts, where state legislatures have passed restrictive freelancing laws.

What their users say (from Really)

The more you do that, the faster you will get it.

If you can type quickly, pay close attention to detail, study their manual, and enjoy working on your own from your home computer, that's really nice for a little extra money. Pay weekly, always on time. But don't expect it to be a permanent income. I've always liked having something to rely on if I needed extra cash.

I've been working with Rev for almost 2 years now. It's hard to start, but it gets easier. I've learned a lot from the projects I have to transcribe and enjoy editing and writing. So this is a great option for me. The hourly wage is usually very low.

Very complex, multi-person focus groups, sound effects, background noise, multiple TV cameras, prison phone calls, and police interrogations. So you can imagine the voice, the street phrases, the dialect, the complex dialect. Absolutely awesome sound quality. Medical files (my specialty) are among the lowest paying, 0.30-0.50 per audio minute. It is very rare to provide a glossary of terms for place names and personal names, so there is a lot of research to get an accurate classification of things, and time that does not pay you for accuracy. An undesirable act for a perfectionist.

Getting a job is easy enough and there are plenty of projects available. But the quality of the designs available is hit-or-miss.

flexible

As a college student, I needed a totally flexible job. When I found the Pastor, I thought he was too good to be true. this is not true! There was definitely a learning curve in the beginning, but once I got the hang of the job, it was a huge relief to have a job where I could go when I needed to. Every time I emailed someone at Rev with questions, I got a prompt and thorough response. We highly recommend anyone wanting a flexible position to consider and apply!

All in all, great job I spend 5 to 20 hours a week, but could easily do it full time. You can choose the projects you work on and get all the details (including how much each one is paid) before you start working on them. The only downside I would like to point out is the relatively low salary, although you can become more proficient by practicing your spelling skills and you will gain access to higher paying jobs once you can increase your Revver Level by completing enough projects successfully. At least the Rev is good in that it's upfront and transparent about exactly how much you'll get. This is a great function for those who do not particularly like interaction.

low salary

The fee is so low, you can spend a whole day translating a video for $30. Then it gets evaluated and sometimes the raters are very harsh which can make a person lose his job easily.

Low rate, closing accounts without explanation, not responding to requests. Once your account is closed, you will not get paid even if you make a full week. You can lose over $300 if you work full time. They do not respond to emails when followed up.

I have been working here since 2017. The wages for your work are very low. At least $1 per minute of video. No benefits, no progress. The only positive is that I can set my own schedule.

It's hard to find projects worth your time. You can sit and work on a project for two hours or more and get only $20 or so depending on the project. Good job to kill time and earn money.


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