Philips DVT2805 Speech Recognition Software

Philips DVT2805 Speech Recognition Software 

Turn your recordings into text quickly, easily and accurately with the Philips VoiceTracer Speech Recognition Software. Save hours of typing by automatically turning your audio recordings into text.

Minimum PC spec's to run the software:
Operating system: Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7 (32-bit and 64 -bit), Windows Server 2016/2012/2008 R2
Processor: Intel dual core or equivalent AMD, 2.2 GHz or later
RAM memory: 2 GB (32-bit)/4 GB (64-bit)
Hard disk space: 4 GB
Sound card: capable of supporting 22 kHz 16-bit recording
USB: free USB port

Supported Speech Recognition Languages:
Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish

 

Speech recognition software eliminates the need to type up documents

Put an end to tedious typing and create text documents directly from recorded audio files. The speech recognition software automatically converts your recordings into a text file.

Automatically transcribe your recordings, up to three times faster than typing

Using the speech recognition software is at least three times quicker than typing up the document yourself. Simply record your documents and notes, connect the recorder to the computer, click the ‘Transcribe’ button and the software does the typing for you.

 

 Software works with all current Philips VoiceTracer audio recorders

Transcribe any recordings you create with your Philips audio recorder automatically into text. The software is compatible with all current Philips VoiceTracer models.

Exceptional transcription accuracy rate of up to 99 %

The speech recognition software provides an astounding accuracy rate of up to 99 %. It also never misspells a word, so typos are a thing of the past.

Software continues to learn to improve speech recognition accuracy

The smart algorithm learns from corrections you make to the transcribed text. This means the more you use the software, the more accurate your results become. The software also memorizes patterns, and commonly grouped words when you speak, to predict which words are most likely to occur. This acts as an extra boost to your speech recognition accuracy.

 

 

 

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