Yes, Temi provides timestamp information for every spoken word it detects. 

When you upload an audio or video file to Temi, it converts the file to text and displays the transcript in a web-based editor that’s synced directly with the timestamps of the original file.

In the Temi Editor, select any word to see the time it is spoken. Clicking on a timestamp in the Temi Editor will jump to that place in the media file. 

When exporting your transcripts, you have the option to include or exclude timestamps. 

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