Knowing who is speaking and when is critical to understanding a meeting. With Sembly, you can assign a speaker to a voice manually or let Sembly do it for you with automatic voice identification! When your meeting submits to Sembly, speakers who have enrolled their Voice ID will be recognized and assigned to their voice. To recognize your voice, Sembly leverages a speech sample.
Follow the steps listed below to create a Voice ID:
- Log in to your Sembly account
- On the bottom-left of the window next to your profile picture dive into Settings
- In the settings menu on the left side of the window select My Voice ID
- In the enrollment sample field click Create enrollment
- Make sure to allow microphone access in your browser
- Click Record button, and start reading the text offered on the right side of the window. Although, you can say anything you wish, just make sure to leave a sufficient voice sample, that sounds as you usually sound on your calls
- You can pause the record or remove it to start again if you like. Once you finished, click stop
- Your voice record will be saved in Sembly under the Voice ID tab. The status will be changed to Enrolled. You can now play the record to check the results. The player also allows you to change the sound volume and delete the record
Now that you and other meeting participants have their voices recorded, Sembly will look to recognize them in the meetings.
Troubleshooting (if the user is not identified)
- Check if the enrollment audio is successfully recorded;
- Check if a member has participated in the meeting by listening to an utterance;
- Try to record another voice sample, ensuring you speak as you do during your meetings.
If all requirements above are met, and your voice is still not recognized, don’t stress. The technology is still learning and may not recognize all voices 100% of the time. Please contact our support team, and we will help you to complete your enrollment.
By leveraging a simple in-meeting command, all speakers will be assigned to their speech in a meeting automatically. This is an additional option for assigning speakers; you still have the ability to assign speakers manually.
Each registered user gets a personalized four-digit number to use with the voice recognition command. It is available in Settings, in the Voice ID menu.
Besides the Self ID command, the Voice ID tab also contains a Voice ID record. With Voice ID, saying Self ID command is not necessary; Voice ID will be looking to recognize your voice across all the meetings. Self ID, on the other hand, can be used for one-time voice recognition.
Self ID becomes a command in a meeting to assign speakers. Say the following during your meeting:
|Identified by: your voice id number
Example: Identified by one nine eight nine
This command works for the meeting where it was pronounced. If you would like to assign yourself to a transcribed speech during other meetings, leverage this command in each meeting, or use Voice ID instead.
A command for Self ID applies to the whole meeting. If the command is set more than once during a meeting, only the last command will be recognized. You can leverage the Self ID command at any point during the meeting.
|Digits must be said separately and clearly pronounced. For example: “0” is said as “zero”.