I cannot get dragon naturally speaking to work on messages.
In XP, Dragon Naturally speaking does not seem to see the Sony ICD-sx68 file in the Sony translation menu. I am tryin g to train the DNS to my voice on the recorder, and the DNS New user Wizard stops after I highlight the file one, message in the Sony Voice Editor Editor menu. I cannot brouse the sony file name into the DNS box for identifying the source to be heard for training.
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As part of the test. Try to copy files (pictures) to the device and see if the device were able to save the file. If not then try to format the device. Please take note that formatting the device will delete everything. see procedure below:
1. press menu
2. using the jog lever, select format
3. press enter
4. use jog lever and select yes
5. press enter -> Ok? -> press enter
6. formatting will be displayed on the screen. press menu after formatting the device and test the issue.
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Hello the way you are trying to do it is more complicated, I recommend sell your unit and upgrade to another unit that transfer audio files fast and will give you more time recording and better record quality for example this model has a software the is really easy to record in to a CD on different audio formats if you want plus you will received a Dragon® NaturallySpeaking® 9 Recorder Edition that you can change audio to text the price is really good check it if you want http://www.tvps.com/Products/Sony-ICD-SX68DR9-Digital-Voice-Recorder---Refurb__SO-P-ICD-SX68DR9.aspx Good luck
You must have already set up and trained a user with the Dragon NaturallySpeaking software prior to transcription. Make sure that the Digital Voice Editor (DVE) software is not opened prior to starting these steps. Open the Dragon NaturallySpeaking software. The Dragon Bar window opens. From the Dragon Bar menu, click the Sound button. From the Sound button, select the Transcribe Recording menu item. The Transcribe a Recording dialog box opens. Click the large square button to the left to start the DVE software. The Digital Voice Editor window opens. NOTE: If the file you want to transcribe is still on the Integrated Chip (IC) recorder (which will be reflected on the left side in the IC Recorder window), you will need to connect the IC recorder to the computer using the supplied USB cable, or transfer the file to the computer. Select the item you want to transcribe from the PC window on the right side. Click on File from the tool bar. Select the Voice Recognition menu item. The Converting.. Dialog box opens. The Transcription Options dialog box opens. Click the Transcribe button to continue. The Transcribing window and Dragon Pad window opens. The text is displayed while the transcription is in process. NOTE: Once the transcription is complete, it may be necessary to make grammar, word, punctuation, and formatting adjustments. To save the text file, click on File from the tool bar. Select the Save As. Menu item. The Save As dialog box opens. Browse to the folder location to which you want to save the text file and double-click on that folder. The folder you chose should now be showing in the Save in drop-down box near the top. Type in the desired File name in the File name drop-down box towards the bottom and then select the document type. Click the Save button. Click the X (close) button in the upper-right corner to close the Dragon Pad window. Click the X (close) button in the upper-right corner to close the Digital Voice Editor software.
There are several "flavours" of DNS 10, and only the Preferred and Professional versions will allow you to submit a pre-recorded sound for recognition (from the Sound menu). If you have a lower version such as the Standard, you will need to upgrade to at least Preferred.
I hope this helps
Judging from Olympus' website the device does appear to be MAC compliant as there are software downloads for the MAC system available for download. As far as voice to text goes, Olympus does not offer that option. Voice to text is done through a company called Nuance with a product called Dragon Naturally Speaking
If it isn't quite what you were looking for there are lots of free converters out there. Just go to www.google.com and search for 'convert wma to wav' and you'll be presented with some choices, most of them free.