Quikscribe Voice Recognition
This unique feature will automatically produce a draft text document BEFORE the transcriptionist receives the audio file.
The Voice Recognition option may be selected when the file is created, when it is sent, or as a default setting for all dictation files.
The image to the right shows the voice recognition option is selected using the Send File panel (under File Details).
Files are processed in the background to produce a draft text document that will be reviewed by the transcriptionist for accuracy, making the necessary corrections in the word processor (or entry screen) while listening to the dictation audio file.
No impact to author’s method of dictation
The author may dictate as usual using the Quikscribe Recorder (and portable recorders) without having to monitor the voice recognition processing, or be distracted by the processing activities and error-corrections.
Draft document is produced automatically
Dragon NaturallySpeaking produces the text file, and Quikscribe merges the text back into the Intelligent Audio File as the contents of a marker.
Transcriptionist receives notification of new dictation audio file
The Quikscribe Player alerts the transcriptionist if a new file has arrived and is ready to be transcribed, including priority notification if selected by the author.
The marker table in the bottom portion of the QS Player displays the list of markers in the file.
The first marker shows content labeled “Voice recognised text”, indicating the marker contains text generated by the voice recognition process.
By simply playing the audio file, the QS Player provides an audible alert that a marker is present. By simply pressing CTRL-V, the contents of the marker are pasted automatically into the word processing document. The transcriptionist can then simply listen to the audio file and make the necessary corrections on the screen.
Click here for a video demonstration of the Quikscribe Voice Recognition feature.
Quikly Produce Instruction/Training Manuals
The Quikscribe Voice Recognition feature allows you to incorporate images and other captured text while you are dictating. Using this method, you can capture screen and window images while you are dictating. After processing the audio file through voice recognition, you can easily build the draft document for a training manual that includes the images with text descriptions - all created automatically using Quikscribe.
Reduces Typing Effort
Reduces Document Turnaround Time
Reduces Production Costs