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Class Transcribe

Amazon Transcribe offers three main types of batch transcription: Standard, Medical, and Call Analytics.

  • Standard transcriptions are the most common option. Refer to for details.

  • Medical transcriptions are tailored to medical professionals and incorporate medical terms. A common use case for this service is transcribing doctor-patient dialogue into after-visit notes. Refer to for details.

  • Call Analytics transcriptions are designed for use with call center audio on two different channels; if you're looking for insight into customer service calls, use this option. Refer to for details.

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Constructors

constructor

Properties

Readonly config

The resolved configuration of TranscribeClient class. This is resolved and normalized from the constructor configuration interface.

middlewareStack

Methods

createCallAnalyticsCategory

createLanguageModel

  • Creates a new custom language model.

    When creating a new language model, you must specify:

    • If you want a Wideband (audio sample rates over 16,000 Hz) or Narrowband (audio sample rates under 16,000 Hz) base model

    • The location of your training and tuning files (this must be an Amazon S3 URI)

    • The language of your model

    • A unique name for your model

    For more information, see Custom language models.

    Parameters

    Returns Promise<CreateLanguageModelCommandOutput>

  • Creates a new custom language model.

    When creating a new language model, you must specify:

    • If you want a Wideband (audio sample rates over 16,000 Hz) or Narrowband (audio sample rates under 16,000 Hz) base model

    • The location of your training and tuning files (this must be an Amazon S3 URI)

    • The language of your model

    • A unique name for your model

    For more information, see Custom language models.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Creates a new custom language model.

    When creating a new language model, you must specify:

    • If you want a Wideband (audio sample rates over 16,000 Hz) or Narrowband (audio sample rates under 16,000 Hz) base model

    • The location of your training and tuning files (this must be an Amazon S3 URI)

    • The language of your model

    • A unique name for your model

    For more information, see Custom language models.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Creates a new custom language model.

    When creating a new language model, you must specify:

    • If you want a Wideband (audio sample rates over 16,000 Hz) or Narrowband (audio sample rates under 16,000 Hz) base model

    • The location of your training and tuning files (this must be an Amazon S3 URI)

    • The language of your model

    • A unique name for your model

    For more information, see Custom language models.

    Parameters

    • args: CreateLanguageModelCommandInput
    • Optional options: __HttpHandlerOptions

    Returns Promise<CreateLanguageModelCommandOutput>

  • Creates a new custom language model.

    When creating a new language model, you must specify:

    • If you want a Wideband (audio sample rates over 16,000 Hz) or Narrowband (audio sample rates under 16,000 Hz) base model

    • The location of your training and tuning files (this must be an Amazon S3 URI)

    • The language of your model

    • A unique name for your model

    For more information, see Custom language models.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Creates a new custom language model.

    When creating a new language model, you must specify:

    • If you want a Wideband (audio sample rates over 16,000 Hz) or Narrowband (audio sample rates under 16,000 Hz) base model

    • The location of your training and tuning files (this must be an Amazon S3 URI)

    • The language of your model

    • A unique name for your model

    For more information, see Custom language models.

    Parameters

    Returns void

createMedicalVocabulary

  • Creates a new custom medical vocabulary.

    Prior to creating a new medical vocabulary, you must first upload a text file that contains your new entries, phrases, and terms into an Amazon S3 bucket. Note that this differs from , where you can include a list of terms within your request using the Phrases flag; CreateMedicalVocabulary does not support the Phrases flag.

    Each language has a character set that contains all allowed characters for that specific language. If you use unsupported characters, your vocabulary request fails. Refer to Character Sets for Custom Vocabularies to get the character set for your language.

    For more information, see Creating a custom vocabulary.

    Parameters

    Returns Promise<CreateMedicalVocabularyCommandOutput>

  • Creates a new custom medical vocabulary.

    Prior to creating a new medical vocabulary, you must first upload a text file that contains your new entries, phrases, and terms into an Amazon S3 bucket. Note that this differs from , where you can include a list of terms within your request using the Phrases flag; CreateMedicalVocabulary does not support the Phrases flag.

    Each language has a character set that contains all allowed characters for that specific language. If you use unsupported characters, your vocabulary request fails. Refer to Character Sets for Custom Vocabularies to get the character set for your language.

    For more information, see Creating a custom vocabulary.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Creates a new custom medical vocabulary.

    Prior to creating a new medical vocabulary, you must first upload a text file that contains your new entries, phrases, and terms into an Amazon S3 bucket. Note that this differs from , where you can include a list of terms within your request using the Phrases flag; CreateMedicalVocabulary does not support the Phrases flag.

    Each language has a character set that contains all allowed characters for that specific language. If you use unsupported characters, your vocabulary request fails. Refer to Character Sets for Custom Vocabularies to get the character set for your language.

    For more information, see Creating a custom vocabulary.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Creates a new custom medical vocabulary.

    Prior to creating a new medical vocabulary, you must first upload a text file that contains your new entries, phrases, and terms into an Amazon S3 bucket. Note that this differs from , where you can include a list of terms within your request using the Phrases flag; CreateMedicalVocabulary does not support the Phrases flag.

    Each language has a character set that contains all allowed characters for that specific language. If you use unsupported characters, your vocabulary request fails. Refer to Character Sets for Custom Vocabularies to get the character set for your language.

    For more information, see Creating a custom vocabulary.

    Parameters

    • args: CreateMedicalVocabularyCommandInput
    • Optional options: __HttpHandlerOptions

    Returns Promise<CreateMedicalVocabularyCommandOutput>

  • Creates a new custom medical vocabulary.

    Prior to creating a new medical vocabulary, you must first upload a text file that contains your new entries, phrases, and terms into an Amazon S3 bucket. Note that this differs from , where you can include a list of terms within your request using the Phrases flag; CreateMedicalVocabulary does not support the Phrases flag.

    Each language has a character set that contains all allowed characters for that specific language. If you use unsupported characters, your vocabulary request fails. Refer to Character Sets for Custom Vocabularies to get the character set for your language.

    For more information, see Creating a custom vocabulary.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Creates a new custom medical vocabulary.

    Prior to creating a new medical vocabulary, you must first upload a text file that contains your new entries, phrases, and terms into an Amazon S3 bucket. Note that this differs from , where you can include a list of terms within your request using the Phrases flag; CreateMedicalVocabulary does not support the Phrases flag.

    Each language has a character set that contains all allowed characters for that specific language. If you use unsupported characters, your vocabulary request fails. Refer to Character Sets for Custom Vocabularies to get the character set for your language.

    For more information, see Creating a custom vocabulary.

    Parameters

    Returns void

createVocabulary

  • Creates a new custom vocabulary.

    When creating a new vocabulary, you can either upload a text file that contains your new entries, phrases, and terms into an Amazon S3 bucket and include the URI in your request, or you can include a list of terms directly in your request using the Phrases flag.

    Each language has a character set that contains all allowed characters for that specific language. If you use unsupported characters, your vocabulary request fails. Refer to Character Sets for Custom Vocabularies to get the character set for your language.

    For more information, see Creating a custom vocabulary.

    Parameters

    Returns Promise<CreateVocabularyCommandOutput>

  • Creates a new custom vocabulary.

    When creating a new vocabulary, you can either upload a text file that contains your new entries, phrases, and terms into an Amazon S3 bucket and include the URI in your request, or you can include a list of terms directly in your request using the Phrases flag.

    Each language has a character set that contains all allowed characters for that specific language. If you use unsupported characters, your vocabulary request fails. Refer to Character Sets for Custom Vocabularies to get the character set for your language.

    For more information, see Creating a custom vocabulary.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Creates a new custom vocabulary.

    When creating a new vocabulary, you can either upload a text file that contains your new entries, phrases, and terms into an Amazon S3 bucket and include the URI in your request, or you can include a list of terms directly in your request using the Phrases flag.

    Each language has a character set that contains all allowed characters for that specific language. If you use unsupported characters, your vocabulary request fails. Refer to Character Sets for Custom Vocabularies to get the character set for your language.

    For more information, see Creating a custom vocabulary.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Creates a new custom vocabulary.

    When creating a new vocabulary, you can either upload a text file that contains your new entries, phrases, and terms into an Amazon S3 bucket and include the URI in your request, or you can include a list of terms directly in your request using the Phrases flag.

    Each language has a character set that contains all allowed characters for that specific language. If you use unsupported characters, your vocabulary request fails. Refer to Character Sets for Custom Vocabularies to get the character set for your language.

    For more information, see Creating a custom vocabulary.

    Parameters

    • args: CreateVocabularyCommandInput
    • Optional options: __HttpHandlerOptions

    Returns Promise<CreateVocabularyCommandOutput>

  • Creates a new custom vocabulary.

    When creating a new vocabulary, you can either upload a text file that contains your new entries, phrases, and terms into an Amazon S3 bucket and include the URI in your request, or you can include a list of terms directly in your request using the Phrases flag.

    Each language has a character set that contains all allowed characters for that specific language. If you use unsupported characters, your vocabulary request fails. Refer to Character Sets for Custom Vocabularies to get the character set for your language.

    For more information, see Creating a custom vocabulary.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Creates a new custom vocabulary.

    When creating a new vocabulary, you can either upload a text file that contains your new entries, phrases, and terms into an Amazon S3 bucket and include the URI in your request, or you can include a list of terms directly in your request using the Phrases flag.

    Each language has a character set that contains all allowed characters for that specific language. If you use unsupported characters, your vocabulary request fails. Refer to Character Sets for Custom Vocabularies to get the character set for your language.

    For more information, see Creating a custom vocabulary.

    Parameters

    Returns void

createVocabularyFilter

deleteCallAnalyticsCategory

deleteCallAnalyticsJob

deleteLanguageModel

deleteMedicalTranscriptionJob

deleteMedicalVocabulary

deleteTranscriptionJob

deleteVocabulary

deleteVocabularyFilter

describeLanguageModel

  • Provides information about the specified custom language model.

    This operation also shows if the base language model you used to create your custom language model has been updated. If Amazon Transcribe has updated the base model, you can create a new custom language model using the updated base model.

    If you tried to create a new custom language model and the request wasn't successful, you can use DescribeLanguageModel to help identify the reason for this failure.

    To get a list of your custom language models, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns Promise<DescribeLanguageModelCommandOutput>

  • Provides information about the specified custom language model.

    This operation also shows if the base language model you used to create your custom language model has been updated. If Amazon Transcribe has updated the base model, you can create a new custom language model using the updated base model.

    If you tried to create a new custom language model and the request wasn't successful, you can use DescribeLanguageModel to help identify the reason for this failure.

    To get a list of your custom language models, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified custom language model.

    This operation also shows if the base language model you used to create your custom language model has been updated. If Amazon Transcribe has updated the base model, you can create a new custom language model using the updated base model.

    If you tried to create a new custom language model and the request wasn't successful, you can use DescribeLanguageModel to help identify the reason for this failure.

    To get a list of your custom language models, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified custom language model.

    This operation also shows if the base language model you used to create your custom language model has been updated. If Amazon Transcribe has updated the base model, you can create a new custom language model using the updated base model.

    If you tried to create a new custom language model and the request wasn't successful, you can use DescribeLanguageModel to help identify the reason for this failure.

    To get a list of your custom language models, use the operation.

    Parameters

    • args: DescribeLanguageModelCommandInput
    • Optional options: __HttpHandlerOptions

    Returns Promise<DescribeLanguageModelCommandOutput>

  • Provides information about the specified custom language model.

    This operation also shows if the base language model you used to create your custom language model has been updated. If Amazon Transcribe has updated the base model, you can create a new custom language model using the updated base model.

    If you tried to create a new custom language model and the request wasn't successful, you can use DescribeLanguageModel to help identify the reason for this failure.

    To get a list of your custom language models, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified custom language model.

    This operation also shows if the base language model you used to create your custom language model has been updated. If Amazon Transcribe has updated the base model, you can create a new custom language model using the updated base model.

    If you tried to create a new custom language model and the request wasn't successful, you can use DescribeLanguageModel to help identify the reason for this failure.

    To get a list of your custom language models, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

destroy

  • destroy(): void
  • Destroy underlying resources, like sockets. It's usually not necessary to do this. However in Node.js, it's best to explicitly shut down the client's agent when it is no longer needed. Otherwise, sockets might stay open for quite a long time before the server terminates them.

    Returns void

getCallAnalyticsCategory

getCallAnalyticsJob

  • Provides information about the specified Call Analytics job.

    To view the job's status, refer to CallAnalyticsJobStatus. If the status is COMPLETED, the job is finished. You can find your completed transcript at the URI specified in TranscriptFileUri. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your transcription job failed.

    If you enabled personally identifiable information (PII) redaction, the redacted transcript appears at the location specified in RedactedTranscriptFileUri.

    If you chose to redact the audio in your media file, you can find your redacted media file at the location specified in RedactedMediaFileUri.

    To get a list of your Call Analytics jobs, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns Promise<GetCallAnalyticsJobCommandOutput>

  • Provides information about the specified Call Analytics job.

    To view the job's status, refer to CallAnalyticsJobStatus. If the status is COMPLETED, the job is finished. You can find your completed transcript at the URI specified in TranscriptFileUri. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your transcription job failed.

    If you enabled personally identifiable information (PII) redaction, the redacted transcript appears at the location specified in RedactedTranscriptFileUri.

    If you chose to redact the audio in your media file, you can find your redacted media file at the location specified in RedactedMediaFileUri.

    To get a list of your Call Analytics jobs, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified Call Analytics job.

    To view the job's status, refer to CallAnalyticsJobStatus. If the status is COMPLETED, the job is finished. You can find your completed transcript at the URI specified in TranscriptFileUri. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your transcription job failed.

    If you enabled personally identifiable information (PII) redaction, the redacted transcript appears at the location specified in RedactedTranscriptFileUri.

    If you chose to redact the audio in your media file, you can find your redacted media file at the location specified in RedactedMediaFileUri.

    To get a list of your Call Analytics jobs, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified Call Analytics job.

    To view the job's status, refer to CallAnalyticsJobStatus. If the status is COMPLETED, the job is finished. You can find your completed transcript at the URI specified in TranscriptFileUri. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your transcription job failed.

    If you enabled personally identifiable information (PII) redaction, the redacted transcript appears at the location specified in RedactedTranscriptFileUri.

    If you chose to redact the audio in your media file, you can find your redacted media file at the location specified in RedactedMediaFileUri.

    To get a list of your Call Analytics jobs, use the operation.

    Parameters

    • args: GetCallAnalyticsJobCommandInput
    • Optional options: __HttpHandlerOptions

    Returns Promise<GetCallAnalyticsJobCommandOutput>

  • Provides information about the specified Call Analytics job.

    To view the job's status, refer to CallAnalyticsJobStatus. If the status is COMPLETED, the job is finished. You can find your completed transcript at the URI specified in TranscriptFileUri. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your transcription job failed.

    If you enabled personally identifiable information (PII) redaction, the redacted transcript appears at the location specified in RedactedTranscriptFileUri.

    If you chose to redact the audio in your media file, you can find your redacted media file at the location specified in RedactedMediaFileUri.

    To get a list of your Call Analytics jobs, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified Call Analytics job.

    To view the job's status, refer to CallAnalyticsJobStatus. If the status is COMPLETED, the job is finished. You can find your completed transcript at the URI specified in TranscriptFileUri. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your transcription job failed.

    If you enabled personally identifiable information (PII) redaction, the redacted transcript appears at the location specified in RedactedTranscriptFileUri.

    If you chose to redact the audio in your media file, you can find your redacted media file at the location specified in RedactedMediaFileUri.

    To get a list of your Call Analytics jobs, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

getMedicalTranscriptionJob

  • Provides information about the specified medical transcription job.

    To view the status of the specified medical transcription job, check the TranscriptionJobStatus field. If the status is COMPLETED, the job is finished and you can find the results at the location specified in TranscriptFileUri. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your transcription job failed.

    To get a list of your medical transcription jobs, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns Promise<GetMedicalTranscriptionJobCommandOutput>

  • Provides information about the specified medical transcription job.

    To view the status of the specified medical transcription job, check the TranscriptionJobStatus field. If the status is COMPLETED, the job is finished and you can find the results at the location specified in TranscriptFileUri. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your transcription job failed.

    To get a list of your medical transcription jobs, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified medical transcription job.

    To view the status of the specified medical transcription job, check the TranscriptionJobStatus field. If the status is COMPLETED, the job is finished and you can find the results at the location specified in TranscriptFileUri. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your transcription job failed.

    To get a list of your medical transcription jobs, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified medical transcription job.

    To view the status of the specified medical transcription job, check the TranscriptionJobStatus field. If the status is COMPLETED, the job is finished and you can find the results at the location specified in TranscriptFileUri. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your transcription job failed.

    To get a list of your medical transcription jobs, use the operation.

    Parameters

    • args: GetMedicalTranscriptionJobCommandInput
    • Optional options: __HttpHandlerOptions

    Returns Promise<GetMedicalTranscriptionJobCommandOutput>

  • Provides information about the specified medical transcription job.

    To view the status of the specified medical transcription job, check the TranscriptionJobStatus field. If the status is COMPLETED, the job is finished and you can find the results at the location specified in TranscriptFileUri. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your transcription job failed.

    To get a list of your medical transcription jobs, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified medical transcription job.

    To view the status of the specified medical transcription job, check the TranscriptionJobStatus field. If the status is COMPLETED, the job is finished and you can find the results at the location specified in TranscriptFileUri. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your transcription job failed.

    To get a list of your medical transcription jobs, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

getMedicalVocabulary

  • Provides information about the specified custom medical vocabulary.

    To view the status of the specified medical vocabulary, check the VocabularyState field. If the status is READY, your vocabulary is available to use. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your vocabulary failed.

    To get a list of your custom medical vocabularies, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns Promise<GetMedicalVocabularyCommandOutput>

  • Provides information about the specified custom medical vocabulary.

    To view the status of the specified medical vocabulary, check the VocabularyState field. If the status is READY, your vocabulary is available to use. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your vocabulary failed.

    To get a list of your custom medical vocabularies, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified custom medical vocabulary.

    To view the status of the specified medical vocabulary, check the VocabularyState field. If the status is READY, your vocabulary is available to use. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your vocabulary failed.

    To get a list of your custom medical vocabularies, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified custom medical vocabulary.

    To view the status of the specified medical vocabulary, check the VocabularyState field. If the status is READY, your vocabulary is available to use. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your vocabulary failed.

    To get a list of your custom medical vocabularies, use the operation.

    Parameters

    • args: GetMedicalVocabularyCommandInput
    • Optional options: __HttpHandlerOptions

    Returns Promise<GetMedicalVocabularyCommandOutput>

  • Provides information about the specified custom medical vocabulary.

    To view the status of the specified medical vocabulary, check the VocabularyState field. If the status is READY, your vocabulary is available to use. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your vocabulary failed.

    To get a list of your custom medical vocabularies, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified custom medical vocabulary.

    To view the status of the specified medical vocabulary, check the VocabularyState field. If the status is READY, your vocabulary is available to use. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your vocabulary failed.

    To get a list of your custom medical vocabularies, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

getTranscriptionJob

  • Provides information about the specified transcription job.

    To view the status of the specified transcription job, check the TranscriptionJobStatus field. If the status is COMPLETED, the job is finished and you can find the results at the location specified in TranscriptFileUri. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your transcription job failed.

    If you enabled content redaction, the redacted transcript can be found at the location specified in RedactedTranscriptFileUri.

    To get a list of your transcription jobs, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns Promise<GetTranscriptionJobCommandOutput>

  • Provides information about the specified transcription job.

    To view the status of the specified transcription job, check the TranscriptionJobStatus field. If the status is COMPLETED, the job is finished and you can find the results at the location specified in TranscriptFileUri. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your transcription job failed.

    If you enabled content redaction, the redacted transcript can be found at the location specified in RedactedTranscriptFileUri.

    To get a list of your transcription jobs, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified transcription job.

    To view the status of the specified transcription job, check the TranscriptionJobStatus field. If the status is COMPLETED, the job is finished and you can find the results at the location specified in TranscriptFileUri. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your transcription job failed.

    If you enabled content redaction, the redacted transcript can be found at the location specified in RedactedTranscriptFileUri.

    To get a list of your transcription jobs, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified transcription job.

    To view the status of the specified transcription job, check the TranscriptionJobStatus field. If the status is COMPLETED, the job is finished and you can find the results at the location specified in TranscriptFileUri. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your transcription job failed.

    If you enabled content redaction, the redacted transcript can be found at the location specified in RedactedTranscriptFileUri.

    To get a list of your transcription jobs, use the operation.

    Parameters

    • args: GetTranscriptionJobCommandInput
    • Optional options: __HttpHandlerOptions

    Returns Promise<GetTranscriptionJobCommandOutput>

  • Provides information about the specified transcription job.

    To view the status of the specified transcription job, check the TranscriptionJobStatus field. If the status is COMPLETED, the job is finished and you can find the results at the location specified in TranscriptFileUri. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your transcription job failed.

    If you enabled content redaction, the redacted transcript can be found at the location specified in RedactedTranscriptFileUri.

    To get a list of your transcription jobs, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified transcription job.

    To view the status of the specified transcription job, check the TranscriptionJobStatus field. If the status is COMPLETED, the job is finished and you can find the results at the location specified in TranscriptFileUri. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your transcription job failed.

    If you enabled content redaction, the redacted transcript can be found at the location specified in RedactedTranscriptFileUri.

    To get a list of your transcription jobs, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

getVocabulary

  • Provides information about the specified custom vocabulary.

    To view the status of the specified vocabulary, check the VocabularyState field. If the status is READY, your vocabulary is available to use. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your vocabulary failed.

    To get a list of your custom vocabularies, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns Promise<GetVocabularyCommandOutput>

  • Provides information about the specified custom vocabulary.

    To view the status of the specified vocabulary, check the VocabularyState field. If the status is READY, your vocabulary is available to use. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your vocabulary failed.

    To get a list of your custom vocabularies, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified custom vocabulary.

    To view the status of the specified vocabulary, check the VocabularyState field. If the status is READY, your vocabulary is available to use. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your vocabulary failed.

    To get a list of your custom vocabularies, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified custom vocabulary.

    To view the status of the specified vocabulary, check the VocabularyState field. If the status is READY, your vocabulary is available to use. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your vocabulary failed.

    To get a list of your custom vocabularies, use the operation.

    Parameters

    • args: GetVocabularyCommandInput
    • Optional options: __HttpHandlerOptions

    Returns Promise<GetVocabularyCommandOutput>

  • Provides information about the specified custom vocabulary.

    To view the status of the specified vocabulary, check the VocabularyState field. If the status is READY, your vocabulary is available to use. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your vocabulary failed.

    To get a list of your custom vocabularies, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified custom vocabulary.

    To view the status of the specified vocabulary, check the VocabularyState field. If the status is READY, your vocabulary is available to use. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your vocabulary failed.

    To get a list of your custom vocabularies, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

getVocabularyFilter

  • Provides information about the specified custom vocabulary filter.

    To view the status of the specified vocabulary filter, check the VocabularyState field. If the status is READY, your vocabulary is available to use. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your vocabulary filter failed.

    To get a list of your custom vocabulary filters, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns Promise<GetVocabularyFilterCommandOutput>

  • Provides information about the specified custom vocabulary filter.

    To view the status of the specified vocabulary filter, check the VocabularyState field. If the status is READY, your vocabulary is available to use. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your vocabulary filter failed.

    To get a list of your custom vocabulary filters, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified custom vocabulary filter.

    To view the status of the specified vocabulary filter, check the VocabularyState field. If the status is READY, your vocabulary is available to use. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your vocabulary filter failed.

    To get a list of your custom vocabulary filters, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified custom vocabulary filter.

    To view the status of the specified vocabulary filter, check the VocabularyState field. If the status is READY, your vocabulary is available to use. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your vocabulary filter failed.

    To get a list of your custom vocabulary filters, use the operation.

    Parameters

    • args: GetVocabularyFilterCommandInput
    • Optional options: __HttpHandlerOptions

    Returns Promise<GetVocabularyFilterCommandOutput>

  • Provides information about the specified custom vocabulary filter.

    To view the status of the specified vocabulary filter, check the VocabularyState field. If the status is READY, your vocabulary is available to use. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your vocabulary filter failed.

    To get a list of your custom vocabulary filters, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides information about the specified custom vocabulary filter.

    To view the status of the specified vocabulary filter, check the VocabularyState field. If the status is READY, your vocabulary is available to use. If the status is FAILED, FailureReason provides details on why your vocabulary filter failed.

    To get a list of your custom vocabulary filters, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

listCallAnalyticsCategories

listCallAnalyticsJobs

listLanguageModels

listMedicalTranscriptionJobs

listMedicalVocabularies

listTagsForResource

listTranscriptionJobs

listVocabularies

  • Provides a list of custom vocabularies that match the specified criteria. If no criteria are specified, all custom vocabularies are returned.

    To get detailed information about a specific custom vocabulary, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns Promise<ListVocabulariesCommandOutput>

  • Provides a list of custom vocabularies that match the specified criteria. If no criteria are specified, all custom vocabularies are returned.

    To get detailed information about a specific custom vocabulary, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides a list of custom vocabularies that match the specified criteria. If no criteria are specified, all custom vocabularies are returned.

    To get detailed information about a specific custom vocabulary, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides a list of custom vocabularies that match the specified criteria. If no criteria are specified, all custom vocabularies are returned.

    To get detailed information about a specific custom vocabulary, use the operation.

    Parameters

    • args: ListVocabulariesCommandInput
    • Optional options: __HttpHandlerOptions

    Returns Promise<ListVocabulariesCommandOutput>

  • Provides a list of custom vocabularies that match the specified criteria. If no criteria are specified, all custom vocabularies are returned.

    To get detailed information about a specific custom vocabulary, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Provides a list of custom vocabularies that match the specified criteria. If no criteria are specified, all custom vocabularies are returned.

    To get detailed information about a specific custom vocabulary, use the operation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

listVocabularyFilters

send

startCallAnalyticsJob

  • Transcribes the audio from a customer service call and applies any additional Request Parameters you choose to include in your request.

    In addition to many of the standard transcription features, Call Analytics provides you with call characteristics, call summarization, speaker sentiment, and optional redaction of your text transcript and your audio file. You can also apply custom categories to flag specified conditions. To learn more about these features and insights, refer to Analyzing call center audio with Call Analytics.

    If you want to apply categories to your Call Analytics job, you must create them before submitting your job request. Categories cannot be retroactively applied to a job. To create a new category, use the operation. To learn more about Call Analytics categories, see Creating categories.

    To make a StartCallAnalyticsJob request, you must first upload your media file into an Amazon S3 bucket; you can then specify the Amazon S3 location of the file using the Media parameter.

    You must include the following parameters in your StartCallAnalyticsJob request:

    • region: The Amazon Web Services Region where you are making your request. For a list of Amazon Web Services Regions supported with Amazon Transcribe, refer to Amazon Transcribe endpoints and quotas.

    • CallAnalyticsJobName: A custom name you create for your transcription job that is unique within your Amazon Web Services account.

    • DataAccessRoleArn: The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of an IAM role that has permissions to access the Amazon S3 bucket that contains your input files.

    • Media (MediaFileUri or RedactedMediaFileUri): The Amazon S3 location of your media file.

    With Call Analytics, you can redact the audio contained in your media file by including RedactedMediaFileUri, instead of MediaFileUri, to specify the location of your input audio. If you choose to redact your audio, you can find your redacted media at the location specified in the RedactedMediaFileUri field of your response.

    Parameters

    Returns Promise<StartCallAnalyticsJobCommandOutput>

  • Transcribes the audio from a customer service call and applies any additional Request Parameters you choose to include in your request.

    In addition to many of the standard transcription features, Call Analytics provides you with call characteristics, call summarization, speaker sentiment, and optional redaction of your text transcript and your audio file. You can also apply custom categories to flag specified conditions. To learn more about these features and insights, refer to Analyzing call center audio with Call Analytics.

    If you want to apply categories to your Call Analytics job, you must create them before submitting your job request. Categories cannot be retroactively applied to a job. To create a new category, use the operation. To learn more about Call Analytics categories, see Creating categories.

    To make a StartCallAnalyticsJob request, you must first upload your media file into an Amazon S3 bucket; you can then specify the Amazon S3 location of the file using the Media parameter.

    You must include the following parameters in your StartCallAnalyticsJob request:

    • region: The Amazon Web Services Region where you are making your request. For a list of Amazon Web Services Regions supported with Amazon Transcribe, refer to Amazon Transcribe endpoints and quotas.

    • CallAnalyticsJobName: A custom name you create for your transcription job that is unique within your Amazon Web Services account.

    • DataAccessRoleArn: The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of an IAM role that has permissions to access the Amazon S3 bucket that contains your input files.

    • Media (MediaFileUri or RedactedMediaFileUri): The Amazon S3 location of your media file.

    With Call Analytics, you can redact the audio contained in your media file by including RedactedMediaFileUri, instead of MediaFileUri, to specify the location of your input audio. If you choose to redact your audio, you can find your redacted media at the location specified in the RedactedMediaFileUri field of your response.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Transcribes the audio from a customer service call and applies any additional Request Parameters you choose to include in your request.

    In addition to many of the standard transcription features, Call Analytics provides you with call characteristics, call summarization, speaker sentiment, and optional redaction of your text transcript and your audio file. You can also apply custom categories to flag specified conditions. To learn more about these features and insights, refer to Analyzing call center audio with Call Analytics.

    If you want to apply categories to your Call Analytics job, you must create them before submitting your job request. Categories cannot be retroactively applied to a job. To create a new category, use the operation. To learn more about Call Analytics categories, see Creating categories.

    To make a StartCallAnalyticsJob request, you must first upload your media file into an Amazon S3 bucket; you can then specify the Amazon S3 location of the file using the Media parameter.

    You must include the following parameters in your StartCallAnalyticsJob request:

    • region: The Amazon Web Services Region where you are making your request. For a list of Amazon Web Services Regions supported with Amazon Transcribe, refer to Amazon Transcribe endpoints and quotas.

    • CallAnalyticsJobName: A custom name you create for your transcription job that is unique within your Amazon Web Services account.

    • DataAccessRoleArn: The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of an IAM role that has permissions to access the Amazon S3 bucket that contains your input files.

    • Media (MediaFileUri or RedactedMediaFileUri): The Amazon S3 location of your media file.

    With Call Analytics, you can redact the audio contained in your media file by including RedactedMediaFileUri, instead of MediaFileUri, to specify the location of your input audio. If you choose to redact your audio, you can find your redacted media at the location specified in the RedactedMediaFileUri field of your response.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Transcribes the audio from a customer service call and applies any additional Request Parameters you choose to include in your request.

    In addition to many of the standard transcription features, Call Analytics provides you with call characteristics, call summarization, speaker sentiment, and optional redaction of your text transcript and your audio file. You can also apply custom categories to flag specified conditions. To learn more about these features and insights, refer to Analyzing call center audio with Call Analytics.

    If you want to apply categories to your Call Analytics job, you must create them before submitting your job request. Categories cannot be retroactively applied to a job. To create a new category, use the operation. To learn more about Call Analytics categories, see Creating categories.

    To make a StartCallAnalyticsJob request, you must first upload your media file into an Amazon S3 bucket; you can then specify the Amazon S3 location of the file using the Media parameter.

    You must include the following parameters in your StartCallAnalyticsJob request:

    • region: The Amazon Web Services Region where you are making your request. For a list of Amazon Web Services Regions supported with Amazon Transcribe, refer to Amazon Transcribe endpoints and quotas.

    • CallAnalyticsJobName: A custom name you create for your transcription job that is unique within your Amazon Web Services account.

    • DataAccessRoleArn: The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of an IAM role that has permissions to access the Amazon S3 bucket that contains your input files.

    • Media (MediaFileUri or RedactedMediaFileUri): The Amazon S3 location of your media file.

    With Call Analytics, you can redact the audio contained in your media file by including RedactedMediaFileUri, instead of MediaFileUri, to specify the location of your input audio. If you choose to redact your audio, you can find your redacted media at the location specified in the RedactedMediaFileUri field of your response.

    Parameters

    • args: StartCallAnalyticsJobCommandInput
    • Optional options: __HttpHandlerOptions

    Returns Promise<StartCallAnalyticsJobCommandOutput>

  • Transcribes the audio from a customer service call and applies any additional Request Parameters you choose to include in your request.

    In addition to many of the standard transcription features, Call Analytics provides you with call characteristics, call summarization, speaker sentiment, and optional redaction of your text transcript and your audio file. You can also apply custom categories to flag specified conditions. To learn more about these features and insights, refer to Analyzing call center audio with Call Analytics.

    If you want to apply categories to your Call Analytics job, you must create them before submitting your job request. Categories cannot be retroactively applied to a job. To create a new category, use the operation. To learn more about Call Analytics categories, see Creating categories.

    To make a StartCallAnalyticsJob request, you must first upload your media file into an Amazon S3 bucket; you can then specify the Amazon S3 location of the file using the Media parameter.

    You must include the following parameters in your StartCallAnalyticsJob request:

    • region: The Amazon Web Services Region where you are making your request. For a list of Amazon Web Services Regions supported with Amazon Transcribe, refer to Amazon Transcribe endpoints and quotas.

    • CallAnalyticsJobName: A custom name you create for your transcription job that is unique within your Amazon Web Services account.

    • DataAccessRoleArn: The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of an IAM role that has permissions to access the Amazon S3 bucket that contains your input files.

    • Media (MediaFileUri or RedactedMediaFileUri): The Amazon S3 location of your media file.

    With Call Analytics, you can redact the audio contained in your media file by including RedactedMediaFileUri, instead of MediaFileUri, to specify the location of your input audio. If you choose to redact your audio, you can find your redacted media at the location specified in the RedactedMediaFileUri field of your response.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Transcribes the audio from a customer service call and applies any additional Request Parameters you choose to include in your request.

    In addition to many of the standard transcription features, Call Analytics provides you with call characteristics, call summarization, speaker sentiment, and optional redaction of your text transcript and your audio file. You can also apply custom categories to flag specified conditions. To learn more about these features and insights, refer to Analyzing call center audio with Call Analytics.

    If you want to apply categories to your Call Analytics job, you must create them before submitting your job request. Categories cannot be retroactively applied to a job. To create a new category, use the operation. To learn more about Call Analytics categories, see Creating categories.

    To make a StartCallAnalyticsJob request, you must first upload your media file into an Amazon S3 bucket; you can then specify the Amazon S3 location of the file using the Media parameter.

    You must include the following parameters in your StartCallAnalyticsJob request:

    • region: The Amazon Web Services Region where you are making your request. For a list of Amazon Web Services Regions supported with Amazon Transcribe, refer to Amazon Transcribe endpoints and quotas.

    • CallAnalyticsJobName: A custom name you create for your transcription job that is unique within your Amazon Web Services account.

    • DataAccessRoleArn: The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of an IAM role that has permissions to access the Amazon S3 bucket that contains your input files.

    • Media (MediaFileUri or RedactedMediaFileUri): The Amazon S3 location of your media file.

    With Call Analytics, you can redact the audio contained in your media file by including RedactedMediaFileUri, instead of MediaFileUri, to specify the location of your input audio. If you choose to redact your audio, you can find your redacted media at the location specified in the RedactedMediaFileUri field of your response.

    Parameters

    Returns void

startMedicalTranscriptionJob

  • Transcribes the audio from a medical dictation or conversation and applies any additional Request Parameters you choose to include in your request.

    In addition to many of the standard transcription features, Amazon Transcribe Medical provides you with a robust medical vocabulary and, optionally, content identification, which adds flags to personal health information (PHI). To learn more about these features, refer to How Amazon Transcribe Medical works.

    To make a StartMedicalTranscriptionJob request, you must first upload your media file into an Amazon S3 bucket; you can then specify the S3 location of the file using the Media parameter.

    You must include the following parameters in your StartMedicalTranscriptionJob request:

    • region: The Amazon Web Services Region where you are making your request. For a list of Amazon Web Services Regions supported with Amazon Transcribe, refer to Amazon Transcribe endpoints and quotas.

    • MedicalTranscriptionJobName: A custom name you create for your transcription job that is unique within your Amazon Web Services account.

    • Media (MediaFileUri): The Amazon S3 location of your media file.

    • LanguageCode: This must be en-US.

    • OutputBucketName: The Amazon S3 bucket where you want your transcript stored. If you want your output stored in a sub-folder of this bucket, you must also include OutputKey.

    • Specialty: This must be PRIMARYCARE.

    • Type: Choose whether your audio is a conversation or a dictation.

    Parameters

    Returns Promise<StartMedicalTranscriptionJobCommandOutput>

  • Transcribes the audio from a medical dictation or conversation and applies any additional Request Parameters you choose to include in your request.

    In addition to many of the standard transcription features, Amazon Transcribe Medical provides you with a robust medical vocabulary and, optionally, content identification, which adds flags to personal health information (PHI). To learn more about these features, refer to How Amazon Transcribe Medical works.

    To make a StartMedicalTranscriptionJob request, you must first upload your media file into an Amazon S3 bucket; you can then specify the S3 location of the file using the Media parameter.

    You must include the following parameters in your StartMedicalTranscriptionJob request:

    • region: The Amazon Web Services Region where you are making your request. For a list of Amazon Web Services Regions supported with Amazon Transcribe, refer to Amazon Transcribe endpoints and quotas.

    • MedicalTranscriptionJobName: A custom name you create for your transcription job that is unique within your Amazon Web Services account.

    • Media (MediaFileUri): The Amazon S3 location of your media file.

    • LanguageCode: This must be en-US.

    • OutputBucketName: The Amazon S3 bucket where you want your transcript stored. If you want your output stored in a sub-folder of this bucket, you must also include OutputKey.

    • Specialty: This must be PRIMARYCARE.

    • Type: Choose whether your audio is a conversation or a dictation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Transcribes the audio from a medical dictation or conversation and applies any additional Request Parameters you choose to include in your request.

    In addition to many of the standard transcription features, Amazon Transcribe Medical provides you with a robust medical vocabulary and, optionally, content identification, which adds flags to personal health information (PHI). To learn more about these features, refer to How Amazon Transcribe Medical works.

    To make a StartMedicalTranscriptionJob request, you must first upload your media file into an Amazon S3 bucket; you can then specify the S3 location of the file using the Media parameter.

    You must include the following parameters in your StartMedicalTranscriptionJob request:

    • region: The Amazon Web Services Region where you are making your request. For a list of Amazon Web Services Regions supported with Amazon Transcribe, refer to Amazon Transcribe endpoints and quotas.

    • MedicalTranscriptionJobName: A custom name you create for your transcription job that is unique within your Amazon Web Services account.

    • Media (MediaFileUri): The Amazon S3 location of your media file.

    • LanguageCode: This must be en-US.

    • OutputBucketName: The Amazon S3 bucket where you want your transcript stored. If you want your output stored in a sub-folder of this bucket, you must also include OutputKey.

    • Specialty: This must be PRIMARYCARE.

    • Type: Choose whether your audio is a conversation or a dictation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Transcribes the audio from a medical dictation or conversation and applies any additional Request Parameters you choose to include in your request.

    In addition to many of the standard transcription features, Amazon Transcribe Medical provides you with a robust medical vocabulary and, optionally, content identification, which adds flags to personal health information (PHI). To learn more about these features, refer to How Amazon Transcribe Medical works.

    To make a StartMedicalTranscriptionJob request, you must first upload your media file into an Amazon S3 bucket; you can then specify the S3 location of the file using the Media parameter.

    You must include the following parameters in your StartMedicalTranscriptionJob request:

    • region: The Amazon Web Services Region where you are making your request. For a list of Amazon Web Services Regions supported with Amazon Transcribe, refer to Amazon Transcribe endpoints and quotas.

    • MedicalTranscriptionJobName: A custom name you create for your transcription job that is unique within your Amazon Web Services account.

    • Media (MediaFileUri): The Amazon S3 location of your media file.

    • LanguageCode: This must be en-US.

    • OutputBucketName: The Amazon S3 bucket where you want your transcript stored. If you want your output stored in a sub-folder of this bucket, you must also include OutputKey.

    • Specialty: This must be PRIMARYCARE.

    • Type: Choose whether your audio is a conversation or a dictation.

    Parameters

    • args: StartMedicalTranscriptionJobCommandInput
    • Optional options: __HttpHandlerOptions

    Returns Promise<StartMedicalTranscriptionJobCommandOutput>

  • Transcribes the audio from a medical dictation or conversation and applies any additional Request Parameters you choose to include in your request.

    In addition to many of the standard transcription features, Amazon Transcribe Medical provides you with a robust medical vocabulary and, optionally, content identification, which adds flags to personal health information (PHI). To learn more about these features, refer to How Amazon Transcribe Medical works.

    To make a StartMedicalTranscriptionJob request, you must first upload your media file into an Amazon S3 bucket; you can then specify the S3 location of the file using the Media parameter.

    You must include the following parameters in your StartMedicalTranscriptionJob request:

    • region: The Amazon Web Services Region where you are making your request. For a list of Amazon Web Services Regions supported with Amazon Transcribe, refer to Amazon Transcribe endpoints and quotas.

    • MedicalTranscriptionJobName: A custom name you create for your transcription job that is unique within your Amazon Web Services account.

    • Media (MediaFileUri): The Amazon S3 location of your media file.

    • LanguageCode: This must be en-US.

    • OutputBucketName: The Amazon S3 bucket where you want your transcript stored. If you want your output stored in a sub-folder of this bucket, you must also include OutputKey.

    • Specialty: This must be PRIMARYCARE.

    • Type: Choose whether your audio is a conversation or a dictation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Transcribes the audio from a medical dictation or conversation and applies any additional Request Parameters you choose to include in your request.

    In addition to many of the standard transcription features, Amazon Transcribe Medical provides you with a robust medical vocabulary and, optionally, content identification, which adds flags to personal health information (PHI). To learn more about these features, refer to How Amazon Transcribe Medical works.

    To make a StartMedicalTranscriptionJob request, you must first upload your media file into an Amazon S3 bucket; you can then specify the S3 location of the file using the Media parameter.

    You must include the following parameters in your StartMedicalTranscriptionJob request:

    • region: The Amazon Web Services Region where you are making your request. For a list of Amazon Web Services Regions supported with Amazon Transcribe, refer to Amazon Transcribe endpoints and quotas.

    • MedicalTranscriptionJobName: A custom name you create for your transcription job that is unique within your Amazon Web Services account.

    • Media (MediaFileUri): The Amazon S3 location of your media file.

    • LanguageCode: This must be en-US.

    • OutputBucketName: The Amazon S3 bucket where you want your transcript stored. If you want your output stored in a sub-folder of this bucket, you must also include OutputKey.

    • Specialty: This must be PRIMARYCARE.

    • Type: Choose whether your audio is a conversation or a dictation.

    Parameters

    Returns void

startTranscriptionJob

  • Transcribes the audio from a media file and applies any additional Request Parameters you choose to include in your request.

    To make a StartTranscriptionJob request, you must first upload your media file into an Amazon S3 bucket; you can then specify the Amazon S3 location of the file using the Media parameter.

    You must include the following parameters in your StartTranscriptionJob request:

    • region: The Amazon Web Services Region where you are making your request. For a list of Amazon Web Services Regions supported with Amazon Transcribe, refer to Amazon Transcribe endpoints and quotas.

    • TranscriptionJobName: A custom name you create for your transcription job that is unique within your Amazon Web Services account.

    • Media (MediaFileUri): The Amazon S3 location of your media file.

    • One of LanguageCode, IdentifyLanguage, or IdentifyMultipleLanguages: If you know the language of your media file, specify it using the LanguageCode parameter; you can find all valid language codes in the Supported languages table. If you don't know the languages spoken in your media, use either IdentifyLanguage or IdentifyMultipleLanguages and let Amazon Transcribe identify the languages for you.

    Parameters

    Returns Promise<StartTranscriptionJobCommandOutput>

  • Transcribes the audio from a media file and applies any additional Request Parameters you choose to include in your request.

    To make a StartTranscriptionJob request, you must first upload your media file into an Amazon S3 bucket; you can then specify the Amazon S3 location of the file using the Media parameter.

    You must include the following parameters in your StartTranscriptionJob request:

    • region: The Amazon Web Services Region where you are making your request. For a list of Amazon Web Services Regions supported with Amazon Transcribe, refer to Amazon Transcribe endpoints and quotas.

    • TranscriptionJobName: A custom name you create for your transcription job that is unique within your Amazon Web Services account.

    • Media (MediaFileUri): The Amazon S3 location of your media file.

    • One of LanguageCode, IdentifyLanguage, or IdentifyMultipleLanguages: If you know the language of your media file, specify it using the LanguageCode parameter; you can find all valid language codes in the Supported languages table. If you don't know the languages spoken in your media, use either IdentifyLanguage or IdentifyMultipleLanguages and let Amazon Transcribe identify the languages for you.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Transcribes the audio from a media file and applies any additional Request Parameters you choose to include in your request.

    To make a StartTranscriptionJob request, you must first upload your media file into an Amazon S3 bucket; you can then specify the Amazon S3 location of the file using the Media parameter.

    You must include the following parameters in your StartTranscriptionJob request:

    • region: The Amazon Web Services Region where you are making your request. For a list of Amazon Web Services Regions supported with Amazon Transcribe, refer to Amazon Transcribe endpoints and quotas.

    • TranscriptionJobName: A custom name you create for your transcription job that is unique within your Amazon Web Services account.

    • Media (MediaFileUri): The Amazon S3 location of your media file.

    • One of LanguageCode, IdentifyLanguage, or IdentifyMultipleLanguages: If you know the language of your media file, specify it using the LanguageCode parameter; you can find all valid language codes in the Supported languages table. If you don't know the languages spoken in your media, use either IdentifyLanguage or IdentifyMultipleLanguages and let Amazon Transcribe identify the languages for you.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Transcribes the audio from a media file and applies any additional Request Parameters you choose to include in your request.

    To make a StartTranscriptionJob request, you must first upload your media file into an Amazon S3 bucket; you can then specify the Amazon S3 location of the file using the Media parameter.

    You must include the following parameters in your StartTranscriptionJob request:

    • region: The Amazon Web Services Region where you are making your request. For a list of Amazon Web Services Regions supported with Amazon Transcribe, refer to Amazon Transcribe endpoints and quotas.

    • TranscriptionJobName: A custom name you create for your transcription job that is unique within your Amazon Web Services account.

    • Media (MediaFileUri): The Amazon S3 location of your media file.

    • One of LanguageCode, IdentifyLanguage, or IdentifyMultipleLanguages: If you know the language of your media file, specify it using the LanguageCode parameter; you can find all valid language codes in the Supported languages table. If you don't know the languages spoken in your media, use either IdentifyLanguage or IdentifyMultipleLanguages and let Amazon Transcribe identify the languages for you.

    Parameters

    • args: StartTranscriptionJobCommandInput
    • Optional options: __HttpHandlerOptions

    Returns Promise<StartTranscriptionJobCommandOutput>

  • Transcribes the audio from a media file and applies any additional Request Parameters you choose to include in your request.

    To make a StartTranscriptionJob request, you must first upload your media file into an Amazon S3 bucket; you can then specify the Amazon S3 location of the file using the Media parameter.

    You must include the following parameters in your StartTranscriptionJob request:

    • region: The Amazon Web Services Region where you are making your request. For a list of Amazon Web Services Regions supported with Amazon Transcribe, refer to Amazon Transcribe endpoints and quotas.

    • TranscriptionJobName: A custom name you create for your transcription job that is unique within your Amazon Web Services account.

    • Media (MediaFileUri): The Amazon S3 location of your media file.

    • One of LanguageCode, IdentifyLanguage, or IdentifyMultipleLanguages: If you know the language of your media file, specify it using the LanguageCode parameter; you can find all valid language codes in the Supported languages table. If you don't know the languages spoken in your media, use either IdentifyLanguage or IdentifyMultipleLanguages and let Amazon Transcribe identify the languages for you.

    Parameters

    Returns void

  • Transcribes the audio from a media file and applies any additional Request Parameters you choose to include in your request.

    To make a StartTranscriptionJob request, you must first upload your media file into an Amazon S3 bucket; you can then specify the Amazon S3 location of the file using the Media parameter.

    You must include the following parameters in your StartTranscriptionJob request:

    • region: The Amazon Web Services Region where you are making your request. For a list of Amazon Web Services Regions supported with Amazon Transcribe, refer to Amazon Transcribe endpoints and quotas.

    • TranscriptionJobName: A custom name you create for your transcription job that is unique within your Amazon Web Services account.

    • Media (MediaFileUri): The Amazon S3 location of your media file.

    • One of LanguageCode, IdentifyLanguage, or IdentifyMultipleLanguages: If you know the language of your media file, specify it using the LanguageCode parameter; you can find all valid language codes in the Supported languages table. If you don't know the languages spoken in your media, use either IdentifyLanguage or IdentifyMultipleLanguages and let Amazon Transcribe identify the languages for you.

    Parameters

    Returns void

tagResource

untagResource

updateCallAnalyticsCategory

updateMedicalVocabulary

updateVocabulary

updateVocabularyFilter