If you have an audio or video recording from your fieldwork that needs to be transcribed, you might save some time creating a machine-generated transcription that you can then edit. Princeton offers free tools to upload audio/visual files and create transcriptions from them. Instructions for how to do this using Kaltura are below. Instructions for Princeton-supported services will be added if they become available for all Princeton users.
Uploading A/V Files to Kaltura
Note on Privacy and Confidentiality: You can upload, create transcriptions, and delete the files without having to make them public. Kaltura content is encrypted at rest and in transit. Once the content is uploaded, only the owner of the content and local Kaltura admins at Princeton have the ability to access that content unless the owner grants access to others. Once the content is deleted, it disappears from both Kaltura and Princeton servers. Some more info on Kaltura security here.
Downloading Transcription Files in Kaltura
Editing Captions in Kaltura