Express Scribe

5.69

 
License: Free to try
Price:
$40.00
Rated:
Downloads: 18
Op. System: Windows 8, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, WinOther, WinServer, WinVista, WinXP
Last updated: 08-07-2014
File size: 916 KB
Publisher: 6087
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Publisher description for Express Scribe

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Express Scribe is a free audio player specifically designed for typists and transcription work. Featuring foot pedal control, variable speed, speech to text engine integration and support for a wide variety of audio formats including dss, dct, wav, mp3, wma and more. Audio recordings can be loaded automatically from CD, email, LAN, FTP, local hard drive and Express Delegate. Traditional hand held dictation recorders can also be docked and the audio transfered. Features a Mini version to reduce the applications screen space. Features: * Ability to play compressed wav or dct files. * Variable speed (constant pitch) playback. * Supports a variety of foot pedal controls. * Ability to Dock portable recorders to load recordings. * Supports direct integration with Express Delegate * Uses systemwide HotKeys so you can control playback when using other software. * Automatically receives and loads files by FTP, email, Express Delegate or a computer network. * Automatically sends typing to the person who dictated the work. * Express Scribe is free.

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User reviews

Visitor: OfficeTechnology
Since downloading this product, I don't really use anything else. The only setback is that it doesn't play RAM files.
General rate: Positive
Visitor: Bert Rillera
I just downloaded Express Scribe v4.0 yesterday and I liked the improvements. To save on hard disk space, I convert .wav files to MP3 using Audacity and then convert MP3 to .RM using RealProducer10. If only there's a version of Express Scribe for Linux, WOW!
General rate: Positive
Visitor: OfficeTechnology
The only downfall to this software is it don't play certain files, like "Ram" for example, or "WNA" files. Otherwise it does the job perfectly.
General rate: Positive
Visitor: Jelicho
Taking lecture notes, and even trying to listen to them are a chore if you record them. I wanted something that I could use to transfer my recordings to the computer. Does the job... But you will need a WAV compressor program because of course WAV files, especially hour long ones are massive...
General rate: Positive