Every time we get new computers and new word versions (Windows 10) my voice recorder does not work properly.
Does anyone use a recorder that has voice recognition? We have meetings that need Minutes transcribed. Today that while typing in one screen my minutes (in word) I now cannot use the F4 key to stop my audio (showing in my second screen). This new version requires I use the space bar to stop the audio. But when I use the space bar, the actual space is typed in my Minutes. Does anyone recommend a recorder with voice recognition that would type the audio into word and then I could just edit what is transposed?
Submitted by: Julie Minegar Stasi
Olympus Recorder - DS3500 will probably do the trick if you purchase software from Dragon; although I understand it only has voice recognition for one person/ no technology out there yet to differentiate between all the different voices.
Julie Minegar Stasi on
2/13/2017 12:57:22 PM
While I do not have a recommendation for you, I would be interested in what type of voice recognition recorder you use? I would be very interested as well in any of the responses you get for a recorder with voice recognition that types audio into word, that let's us edit what is transposed. That would be ideal for me, as I do many Board meetings, and it sure would speed up getting my minutes out for those meetings in a timely fashion for the Board members to review. I also do Committee meetings, so a recorder with voice recognition that would type the audio into word would be absolutely ideal!!!!
Kathleen Glaze on
2/6/2017 9:54:40 AM