Top 5 Temi Alternatives

December 2022


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Top 5 Temi Alternatives

As a transcription service, Temi has gained popularity for its accuracy and affordability.

While Temi is a reliable tool, it may not always meet the needs of every user, or it may not be the most cost-effective option. There may be times when users are looking for alternative options that better suit their needs.

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In this article, we'll be looking at the top 5 Temi alternatives to consider.

1. Reduct.Video


Reduct has the highest accuracy in the industry, for both AI transcription (96%+ accuracy) and human transcription (99% accuracy).

Getting started with Reduct is a seamless process — you can import audio or video from Youtube, Zoom, Vimeo, Google Drive or simply upload a file from your computer.

You get a free trial with 2 hours of AI transcription.

Reduct’s new live capture feature, integrated with Zoom offers live transcription. It supports real-time transcription and transcribes your videos as you speak. If your audio has background noise or speakers with a heavy accent, Reduct offers a professional human transcription service.

Reduct supports transcription in 36 languages, making it one of the most versatile transcription software in the market.

But the biggest advantage of Reduct is that it is a full-fledged video editor that syncs the transcript with the video and allows you to build narratives in collaboration with your team.

Features: Search, highlight, tag edit, and download, real-time transcription, instant first draft, per-word timestamp, accurate speaker label, multiple file format support

Advantages: Transcription in 36 languages, custom caption style, export transcripts as Word or SRT, unlimited storage

Disadvantage: No translation

Accuracy: AI transcription (96%+), Human transcription (99%)

Pricing: AI transcription ($0.10 per minute), Human transcription ($1 per minute)


temi-alternatives-2 is a team collaboration app for meetings, lectures and conversations. Designed for note-taking, Otter generates an automated summary to share with everyone.

Otter works across platforms and integrates with Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Google Meet while storing all notes in one central, secure, and accessible place.

The free plan at allows users to transcribe up to 300 minutes of audio per month, with paid plans starting at $8.33 for 12,000 monthly transcription minutes.

Additionally, with real-time transcription, advanced search, export, and playback features, Otter helps you engage, collaborate, and be more productive. The most significant disadvantage is that Otter currently only supports English language transcription.

Features: Text editor, speaker label and time codes, import pre-recorded audio/video files, playback control, live captions

Advantages: Integrates with Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Google Meet

Drawbacks: Supports only English language transcription, no options to create SRT files for captioning videos, no Human transcription

Accuracy: 90%

Pricing: $8.33 for 1200 monthly transcription minutes

3. Trint


Trint’s speech-to-text platform makes audio and video searchable, editable, and shareable. An AI speech-to-text transcription software, Trint specializes in transcribing audio/video files and helps capture live content. Trint AI with features like edit, tag, highlight, and comment makes team collaboration seamless.

Simply upload your files and invite colleagues for collaborative editing and content creation.

If you’re looking to tailor your content for a global audience, Trint offers an option of 30+ languages. Trint’s web-based software supports multiple file formats such as .mp3, .mp4, .m4a, .aac, .wma, .avi, .wav, and .mov making file uploads easy.

A potential downside of Trint could be its pricing and lack of Human transcription options. The monthly pack starts at $48 per user/month.

Features: Search, edit, tag, highlight, comment, and share

Advantages: Transcription in 32 languages, supports .mp3, .mp4, .m4a, .aac, .wma, .avi, .wav, .mov

Drawbacks: No copy-paste option, accuracy in languages other than English is low, no human transcription

Accuracy: 99% (For English)

Pricing: $48 per user/month.

4. Descript


Descript saves podcast creators from the technical drudgery of audio and video editing — so they can focus on making great content. A collaborative audio and video editor Descript simplifies editing.

With a near-instant turnaround time, that costs pennies per minute Descript features automatic speaker labels, human transcription, and audio transcription in 22 languages are features Descript provides.

With cloud sync and 100 GB cloud storage, you and your collaborator can instantly access files from anywhere – with full version history.

Descript allows users to edit and manipulate the audio directly within the transcription interface. This can be useful for users who need to make changes to the audio itself, rather than just the transcript.

Descript's pricing starts at $12 per user/ month for 10 hours of transcription time.

Features: Audio/video editing, live-capture, selective batch export, filler words (uh/um) removal

Advantages: Automatic speaker labels, human transcription, and audio transcription in 22 languages

Drawbacks: Cloud-based so cannot be used without the internet connection, overdub feature only in pro and enterprise plan

Accuracy: AI transcription (95%), Human transcription (99%)

Pricing: AI transcription ($12 per user/ month for 10 hours of transcription), Human transcription ($2 per minute)

5. Rev


Rev helps people understand the human voice with closed captions, transcripts, and world-language subtitles. Powered by AI, Rev offers fast, accurate transcripts and captions. You can integrate with Zoom, record, and edit using Rev’s online website.

Rev AI is available in 31 dialects bridging the language barrier.

The option of 99% accurate human transcription makes Rev more versatile. Rev offers AI transcription of 90%+ accuracy at $0.25 and Human transcription at $1.50/ per minute of audio.

The downside however is that per-word timestamp and instant first draft are not included in the above pricing.

Features: search, edit, and highlight features, integrates with YouTube, Vimeo, Dropbox, and Google Drive,

Advantages: Timestamp, collaboration across teams, transcription in 31 languages

Drawbacks: Speaker label in AI transcription is not very accurate, per-word timestamp and instant first draft are not included in their price plan and costs extra

Accuracy: AI transcription (90%+), Human transcription (99%)

Pricing: AI transcription ($0.25 per minute), Human transcription ($1.50 per minute)

Address your transcription needs

I hope this article gives you tons of viable options if you are looking for a Temi alternative. Find a company that understands your transcription needs. Each of these services offers its own unique set of features and pricing plans. So it's worth considering multiple options to find the one that best fits your needs and budget.

With Reduct get the most accurate transcription instantly, with a generous free trial.

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