Based on your query, I would recommend using a combination of Otter.ai and Nolej.
Otter.ai can transcribe your lecture recordings into text, which can then be used as the base content. It offers real-time transcription, audio playback, and the ability to share content easily. This tool is particularly useful for converting your spoken words into written text, which can then be used to create quizzes.
Once you have your transcribed text, you can use Nolej to convert this content into interactive "micro-learning packages". This tool can take your transcribed lectures and turn them into quizzes, flashcards, and glossaries. It also allows you to customize assessments to align with specific learning goals, making it a great tool for creating engaging and personalized quizzes for your students.
By using these two tools in combination, you can effectively convert your lecture recordings into interactive quizzes.