Incorporating closed-captions on your sermons allows people to engage with your content if they don’t have headphones or are hearing impaired. Reading closed-captions while listening to the audio of a sermon can also help people process and internalize the message.
Sermon transcription gives you new and improved ways to:
- Make your sermons accessible to anyone with impaired hearing
- Help others engage further with your sermon throughout the week
- Keep a searchable record of what you’ve preached
And in Faithlife Sermons and Faithlife Proclaim, sermon transcription is as simple as a few clicks.
How it works
Sermon transcription revolves around three features:
1) Closed-captioned video playback.
Read along with the sermon audio in real time.
2) Sermon tone analysis.
Assess the emotional quality of your sermon by analyzing its words.
3) Searchable audio/video.
Get an archive of your work and help other people search your content.
Each sermon costs just $1 to transcribe, which enables all these features. You can buy several credits at once, too, so you don’t have to process a payment each time you go to transcribe a sermon.
How to get started
If you use Proclaim, learn how to transcribe your sermon. It’s as simple as a few clicks, and then you can access your transcript in Faithlife Sermons.
If you use Faithlife Sermons, you can upload a sermon transcript right to Faithlife Sermons and use the tone analysis.
Don’t have either one? Start a trial of both. Together they work powerfully to extend the impact of your sermons.
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