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Subject:Tape transcript From:Shlomo Ramon <ramsol -at- netvision -dot- net -dot- il> To:TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Sat, 05 Feb 2000 22:26:57 -0800
In addition to advice proposed on using DragonNatSpeak as
the tool, you shall also need a proper sound card and a very
good mike, both can be chosen form a list on Dragon's site.
However, all this makes me wonder: if you are talking about
a single shot effort to transcribe about 8 hours of video
tape, would you not be better off doing it the old fashioned
I can assure you that putting Dragon to work is a very time
consuming and expensive proposition - you just cannot say go
and be set up. It involves investment in hardware, software
and training which does not seem to be justifiable, unless
you intend to do a lot of VR in the future.