Specify keywords/phrases to boost
Boost accuracy for a list of keywords/phrases when transcribing an audio file.
Control the weight of the boost
You can also include the optional
boost_param parameter in your API call to control how much weight should be applied to your keywords/phrases. This value can be either
"high". For example:
- Remove all punctuation (except apostrophes)
- Each word should be in it's spoken form, for example:
- Acronyms should have no spaces between letters, for example:
"a b c"
post request able to accept its own set of words to boost, many developers will dynamically populate that list based on customer input. Sometimes your word boost list may contain a unique character that the model is not expecting, such as the
Andrés. In these cases, our model will still accept the word and convert the special character to the ASCII equivalent if there is one; in this case,
Andres and then return the word in the transcript (if detected) without the accented/unique character.
Here is an example of a returned transcript containing the name
Hi Andres! How are you doing?
You can pass a maximum of 1,000 unique keywords/phrases in your
word_boost list. Each keyword/phrase in the list must be 6 words or less. Transcribing with this feature may slow transcription processing speed down by 10-15%.