Reformat Transcript to Markdown
Certainly! Let's start by programmatically editing the formatting of the transcript. We'll take the following steps:
- Load the Transcript: Read the contents of the transcript file to understand its current structure.
- Identify the Speakers: Detect lines that indicate speakers and combine their contiguous lines.
- Bold the Speakers: Add markdown syntax to bold the speakers' names.
- Fix Basic Errors: Correct common capitalization and transcription errors.
Let's begin with step 1 and load the transcript to understand its current structure. Shall we?
It appears that the transcript is structured with speakers' names followed by a colon, and the lines spoken by each speaker. Empty lines separate the utterances.
We'll move to the next steps:
- Combine contiguous lines from the same speaker.
- Bold the speaker names by wrapping them with two asterisks (
- Optionally, fix common capitalization and transcription errors if identifiable.
Shall we proceed?
The transcript has been reformatted to combine contiguous lines from the same speaker and bold the speaker names using markdown syntax.
Next, we can discuss how you'd like to review the actual text (such as fixing capitalization or transcription errors and removing filler words like "um"). We can manually inspect a portion of the text or write custom code to target specific known errors.
Please let me know how you'd like to proceed!
Certainly! The final output can be formatted so that contiguous lines from the same speaker are combined into one block of text. This ensures that a single speaker's continuous dialogue appears together without interruption.
We can achieve this by adding a new line only when the speaker changes and joining the lines into one continuous string.
Would you like me to proceed with this formatting and show you the final output?
Certainly! We can proceed by batches of lines, applying corrections, and storing the edited lines in a new array. This way, we can work through the entire transcript without exceeding any token limitations.
Given the specific information you provided about the speakers (Marcel, Henrik, and Fred), we can carefully review the lines and make appropriate corrections.
Let's start with the first batch of 100 lines. Shall we?
Here's the first batch of 100 lines from the transcript. Please review them and let me know if there are any specific corrections or changes you'd like me to make.
If you have general guidelines for corrections (such as identifying and fixing diarization mistakes between Marcel and Henrik), please provide those as well. We'll apply the corrections to this batch and then continue to the next one.
Certainly! I'll make the corrections you specified and also check for the correct forest name near Copenhagen for mushroom picking. Here are the specific changes to be made:
- Change the speaker in the first line from Marcel to Henrik.
- Change the speaker in the line "Thanks for having me" from Marcel to Fred.
- Check and correct the name of the forest near Copenhagen if needed.
After making these changes, I'll present the revised lines for your review. Let's start with these corrections.
The specified corrections have been made. Here's a summary of the changes:
- The speaker in the first line has been changed to Henrik.
- The speaker in the line "Thanks for having me" has been changed to Fred.
Regarding the forest name "Sysvile," I'm unable to verify the correct name as I don't have access to the internet in this environment. If you have a specific name in mind, please let me know, or we can proceed with the current text.
If everything looks good, we can continue with the next batch of lines.
Certainly! I will proceed with reviewing the lines for correctness based on the context provided and my language model capabilities. I'll make corrections as needed and add the corrected lines to the edited array.
We'll continue in batches, and I'll provide updates as we progress. Let's start with the next batch.
The next batch of lines has been reviewed, and no specific corrections were identified based on the available context. The lines appear to be consistent with the conversation among the speakers.
We can continue to the next batch or pause if you'd like to provide additional instructions or context. Let me know how you'd like to proceed!
Certainly! I'll increase the batch size to 800 lines for the next review. Let's continue with the next batch.
It appears that we have reached the end of the transcript, as there are no more lines to review in the current batch.
The transcript has been reviewed, and corrections have been applied as specified. If you have any further instructions or need additional changes, please let me know. Otherwise, we can proceed with final formatting or save the edited transcript to a file.
Certainly! We can generate two files:
- Intermediate JSON File: This file will contain the corrected diarized speakers in a structured JSON format.
- Final Markdown Transcript: This file will combine the lines from the same speaker into one block, formatted in markdown.
Let's start by creating the intermediate JSON file.
The intermediate JSON file containing the corrected diarized speakers has been created. You can download it using the link below:
Download Corrected Transcript JSON File
Next, let's proceed to create the final markdown transcript with the combined lines. Shall we?
The final markdown transcript with combined lines has been created. You can download it using the link below:
Download Final Transcript Markdown File
Both the intermediate JSON file and the final markdown transcript are ready. If you have any additional requests or need further assistance, please let me know!
Certainly! It seems the larger batch size might have led to truncation issues. We can revert to using a batch size of 200 lines and proceed through the 836 lines in four turns.
Let's start again from the beginning and process the first batch of 200 lines.
It appears that we've started from the original formatted transcript, so the corrections made earlier are not present in this batch.
Since we have a clear understanding of the corrections needed (including the specific diarization mistakes), I can reapply them to this batch.
Shall I proceed with reapplying the known corrections and continue with the next batches?
Great! I'll reapply the known corrections to the first batch and continue with the next batches. Let's start with the first batch of 200 lines.
The known corrections have been reapplied to the first batch, and the next batch of 200 lines has been reviewed.
We can continue with the next batches until we cover all 836 lines. Shall we proceed with the next batch?
The next batch of 200 lines has been reviewed, and no specific corrections were identified based on the context.
We have one more batch to review. Shall we proceed with the final batch?
Certainly! Let's review the next batch, and if there are any remaining lines, we'll make sure to handle those as well. Proceeding with the next batch:
It seems we have processed all the lines in the transcript, and there are no remaining lines to review.
With the edited transcript now complete, we can proceed to generate the intermediate JSON file and the final markdown transcript again, using the corrected and formatted content.
Shall we proceed with generating the files?
The files have been successfully created:
- Download Corrected Transcript JSON File
- Download Final Transcript Markdown File
These files reflect the corrected diarized speakers and the final markdown transcript with combined lines.
If you have any further requests or questions, please feel free to let me know!
Certainly! The stray "" may have occurred due to the way lines were joined. I'll reprocess the corrected transcript JSON file to generate the markdown transcript without any stray "". Let's start by loading the JSON file and then converting it to the correct markdown format.
The corrected markdown transcript has been reprocessed, and the stray "**" characters have been fixed. You can download the corrected final markdown transcript using the link below:
Download Corrected Final Transcript Markdown File
If there are any additional adjustments or requests, please let me know!