What speech recognition software would you recommend?
speech to text software is amazing so which ones would you recommend.
I prefer Dragon Naturally Speaking, myself. I've tried several others, but I've had few things to complain about between the software and a good quality microphone. I used to use it when talking to an artificial intelligence (ULTRAHAL). It was like having a real conversation with a machine!
I use Dragon Naturally Speaking version 11.
It does take several weeks to get the program to work well, even with a good microphone, so be prepared to work with the program until it gets used to your personal phrasing and accent.
Writing a standard page of text (250 words) used to take me about 1 hour of typing. With DNS v.11 I can write a ten page paper in about 90 minutes.
Dragon is good but I also have had really good luck with the software that came with Vista on my laptop.
Did you know? Windows 7 comes with a really good speech recognition system. try it. You should see the app in the control panel.
by Aya Katz 7 years ago
What is the best open source speech recognition software that is available free of charge?I am looking for speech recognition software that could be adjusted to understand the speech of a person with a speech impediment.
by chapelhill8 8 years ago
what is the best headset to use for speech recognition?
by TLMinut 7 years ago
My son just told me he wants a device that he can speak into like a tape recorder that converts what he says into bullet points (a list) and dates it. Something that does exactly that probably exists but I wouldn't know anything about it. Does anyone have a suggestion or two?
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by Raj Lally Batala 7 years ago
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by Carolyn Augustine 9 years ago
I can't believe my good fortune. Found a sweet little digital dictation device on discount at the grocery store of all places for $25. I've been wanting to try out using dictation in my hubbing, but it looks very complicated, and I am a former tech writer to boot. Will I have to buy the Dragon...
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