InqScribe is fully Unicode compliant, meaning you can type in just about any language. Follow the steps below to get started in your language of choice:
- First, make sure to set up the keyboard in your preferred language layout.
- Type your transcript in InqScribe (tips on creating transcripts).
- If you want to use your transcript in another program, you may export your transcript into a file format of your choice.
A few notes on transcribing in right-to-left languages such as Hebrew and Arabic:
- We recommend keeping timestamps on separate lines from dialogue. This way, you’ll avoid confusion about where in the text to place timestamps.
- Be careful when creating snippets with English text. If your snippet ends with a little bit of English, Windows might switch your keyboard back to the English layout. Read about how to avoid the problem in this Knowledge Base article.