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Using multiple microphones

Using multiple microphones

With the Quikscribe Digital Dictation and Transcription System, you may use more than one microphone to record a meeting.  By using a USB hub with microphones that have a USB interface, you can connect 8 different microphones.  This allows all persons speaking to be recorded with good audio quality using the Quikscribe Recorder.  For more info, please visit http://www.digidictate.com or Http://www.digitaldictation.us

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Improving audio quality

Improving audio quality

You can improve the overall audio quality of your recordings by changing the sampling rate on the System Settings page.  You may select 8 khz (low), 11 khz (medium), or 22 khz (high) – the greater the number, the greater the sampling rate.  However – there’s a trade-off:  a higher sampling rate produces a larger file (which means more storage space and longer transmission times).  For normal usage, set the File Compression setting to “Post Compression”.  This will compress the .iaf file to 1/10 th the size of a .wav file.  For more info, please go to http://www.digidictate.com or http:www.digitaldictation.us

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Voice activated or hands free recording

Voice activated or hands free recording

With the Quikscribe Recorder you may use voice activated recording by checking the System Setting to enable voice activated recording.  Recording will occur only when you speak, and you may select the ambient sound level to trigger the recording over the background noise in the room.  The Quikscribe Recorder can also utilize a foot pedal to control recording functions for completely hands free recording.  Just tap the foot pedal buttons to create a new file, start/pause recording, then send the file to the transcriptionist.  More information is available at http://www.digidictate.com or http://www.digitaldictation.us

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