Transcribing and timing
Encoding and captioning
Transcribing and encoding
Timing and encoding
Suggested but not required
Only needed with speakers who have accents
Transcription from file
Document editing using commands
Creating a voice profile
A context sensitive list of global commands
Allows you access to major elements of the program
Allows you to play videos on the side of the screen
A box where you can type text
Over 60 years
Over 50 years
Over 40 years
Over 30 years
It allows you to communicate your ideas more clearly.
It allows the application to process audio much faster.
It allows the application to obtain increased accuracy.
It allows identification of speaker accents.
Lecture capture, audio correction, dictation
Live performance, command recognition, transcription
Dictation, transcription from file, command recognition
Dictation, lecture capture, transcription from file
Testing the volume of the computer
Testing the volume of your voice
Seeing if the computer has a sound card
Deciding what type of microphone to use
To block out any noises that should not be recorded
To make sure that if there is a problem with the audio, it will be detected quickly
Because it looks more professional
Because headsets will keep the cameraperson's ears warm
To make speech recognition applications more accurate
Should be used if you can't operate a keyboard
To correct transcripts
To time captions
In all cases
Even if there are a number of different speakers
Whether or not voice training has taken place
In most cases when the audio quality is good
Nuance's version of the iPad
A spell checker
A simple word processor within Dragon Naturally Speaking 12
A collection of links to other Dragon products
MovieCaptioner is software, Automatic Sync is a service, YouTube is a portal
MovieCaptioner is a service, Automatic Sync is a portal, YouTube is software
MovieCaptioner is a portal, Automatic Sync is a website, YouTube is a service
MovieCaptioner is website, Automatic Sync is a service, YouTube is software
Importing vocabulary lists
Going to the Accuracy Center
Doing additional voice training
All of the above
Educators do not have have live lectures.
Dictation has not been proven to be reliable.
Many lectures are recorded before they can be transcribed.
All lectures are file-based
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