Time-coding is for VIDEO files. We’ll add three HH:MM:SS time codes per page, at the start, middle, and end of the left side of your transcription document. These time stamps correspond with the time counter visible on the video screen while the video is playing.
Note: Onscreen video time codes can be different than the time stamps on the audio player.
Video production companies use time-coding often in post-production. Time-coded transcripts let them easily identify when an interviewee has stumbled for instance, so they can easily cut that “take” or scene from the video.
If you need a different number of time codes, or need them at different points than is standard, just tell us in the special instructions when placing your order.