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Transcribe

To take dictation of speech and put it into an electronic or written format. Transcription businesses are common in the legal and medical fields; for example, one may hire a company to transcribe court records.
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In addition, the majority of respondents thought that their initial training had not adequately prepared them to confidently transcribe materials into braille.
It also acknowledges that the inability to transcribe is, in some situations, creating a barrier to providing appropriate and effective care to people in the community.
Dragon Dictate for Mac also now includes powerful features from Nuance MacSpeech Scribe creating a single voice offering that can not only transcribe your own voice, but can transcribe text from pre-recorded, single-speaker audio files in many different formats, such as .mp3, .mp4 and .wav.
Certified transcribers, noncertified transcribers, volunteers, paraprofessionals, and teachers of students with visual impairments are regularly used to transcribe materials into braille (Allman & Lewis, 1996; Corn & Wall, 2002; Texas Education Agency, 2000; Wall & Corn, 2002).
Red Pine's commentary illuminates this classic; unlike other sutras, which transcribe the teachings of Buddha himself, The Platform Sutra transcribes the spiritual and practical teachings of Hui-Neng, whose seventh-century school of Direct Awakening still thrives today and whose wisdom continues to influence the Rinzai and Soto schools of modern Zen.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking 8 includes features that let you store voice profiles on a central server and transcribe from digital recorders or any handheld device that supports the Microsoft Pocket PC operating system.
Purity of Heart: Reflections on Love and Lust is the second book of a four-part series, "Pope John Paul II's Theology of the Body in Simple Language." These transcribe a series of the pope's fifteen-minute talks, given from 1979 to 1984, which draw upon the Bible to offer an antithesis to the "sexual revolution." Stressing that true Christianity aims to redeem sexuality, not repress it, Purity of Heart points the way to redemption of the body through Jesus Christ, warns against "legalized sin" and the slippery slope of ignoring or minimizing the repercussions of adultery, the importance of honoring the body, the task of building a culture of purity, and much more.
In a suite of ten gouaches on paper, "[drawings for] Living Rooms," 2002, the artist has attempted to transcribe faithfully "the structural description and floor plan of the living area of my home" at a one-to-twelve scale.
"His handwriting was really dreadful and it will be very difficult for anyone else to transcribe what he has written," said his publisher Mr Ion Trewin.
I hope whichever DEA agent listens to that tape will transcribe it and send it to his ultimate boss.
Ifbyphone, Chicago has announced the addition of voice-to-text transcription software to its phone-application platform, enabling customers to transcribe interactive voice response, voice mail and other audio recordings to text via an API.
When activated, these genes transcribe their DNA onto genetic strands called messenger RNA.