What Can AI Audio Reporter Do?

Transform Your Audio Files Into Actionable Text

Experience seamless transcription and report generation of your audio files, directly within Google Drive. Our tool harnesses the power of advanced AI to transcribe your audio files accurately using OpenAI’s Whisper engine to deliver the report you want.

Manage and Customize Your Report Templates

Create and tailor your report templates to reflect the precise information you require. From meeting notes to lectures, AI Audio Reporter shows you what you need to see.

Run Reports While You're Away

Click “Generate My Report” and AI  Audio Reporter will get to work whether you are present or absent. It works in the background and can handle multiple audio files at once.

Stay In Google Drive

AI Audio Reporter cleverly leverages your MP3 Audio Files, OpenAI’s Whisper Engine and GPT-4 to deliver you the reports you want, right in your Google Drive.

Yes. In order for AI Audio Reporter to create the transcription and custom report for you, the audio type must be in MP3 format. If your audio file is in another format, such as MP4, you can utilize the free conversion tool called CloudConvert. Once your audio is in an MP3 format, AI Audio Recorder will handle the rest.

Yes. If you don’t already have an API Key, follow the instructions from OpenAI’s quickstart page to get one. Once you have your key, add it to AI  Audio Reporter in the “Settings” page of the sidebar.

The first time AI Audio Reporter runs a report on an audio file, it will transcribe it using OpenAI’s Whisper model. This model, as of January 2024, charges $0.006 per 1 minute of audio. Once this transcription is created, AI Audio Reporter must then give your custom report template, along with the audio transcription to the gpt-3.5-turbo-1106 model in order to create your desired report. This model charges $0.001 per 1000 tokens for input to the model, and $0.002 per 1000 tokens for output. If you run a report on the same audio file twice, AI Audio Reporter will not need to transcribe the file again, making subsequent reports considerably cheaper.