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General FAQ
AISpeechtoTextConverter.com service that makes it easy for customers to convert speech-to-text. Using Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) technology, customers can choose to use this transcribe service for a variety of business applications, including transcription of voice-based customer service calls, generation of subtitles on audio/video content, and conduct (text based) content analysis on audio/video content.  
You own the copyrights for your content. However, AISpeechtoTextConverter.com may request use of your ideas for case studies or best practices.
You are responsible for any content produced by you using AISpeechtoTextConverter.com technology. This means AISpeechtoTextConverter.com or any of its associates is not liable for any copyright infringements or morally and ethical dubious content created by its customers.

AISpeechtoTextConverter.com service calls are limited to 4 hours (or 2GB) per API call for our batch service. The streaming service can accommodate open connections up to 4 hours long. .


Prices are listed in USD. We accept all major debit and credit cards. Our payment system uses the latest security technology and is powered by PayPal and Stripe.
We believe you will enjoy using AISpeechtoTextConverter.com, however if you face any issues, we will be here to attend to you. Send us an email to our support desk and we will get back to you ASAP! support@AISpeechtoTextConverter.com
As per the nature of subscription models, AISpeechtoTextConverter.com does not offer refunds.
The AISpeechtoTexrConverter.com service is designed to handle a wide range of speech and acoustic characteristics, including variations in volume, pitch, and speaking rate. The quality and content of the audio signal (including but not limited to factors such as background noise, overlapping speakers, accented speech, or switches between languages within a single audio file) may affect the accuracy of service output. We are constantly updating the service to improve its ability to accommodate additional acoustic variation and content types.