[Sw-l] Speech interpreting software
bex at NOVELLI.ORG
Mon Apr 11 19:12:54 UTC 2016
Here is an article that gives tips for using Dragon Dictate in two ways for real-time transcription. Maybe it will offer a solution for you so you won't have to purchase more software?
> On Apr 11, 2016, at 2:33 AM, Mike Fryer <mike at MIKEFRYER.CO.UK> wrote:
> Hi Valerie
> Several years ago you kindly commented on (and showed) one of my prints that featured Sign Spelling with each character set within brightly coloured circles. I will write about this print soon (I have an exhibition coming up so am extremely busy) – I promise!
> However, there is a more pressing need in that in our church we have a Deaf lady who at the moment is unable to use her hearing aids and is therefore dependent on lip reading which is not so good (we do not have anyone to sign and I am not sure she knows signing anyway). We have been experimenting with programs to hear the spoken word and display it as English text on a monitor (e,g, Dragon Dictate/Nuance) but the program does not work very well, this could be because the 'training' of the program is with a normal voice and not a 'preaching' voice (?)
> So my very simple question is, does anyone know of a program that will do this better – surely this has been tried and there must be the technology?
> I hope someone on the list can help?
> Best wishes
> Mike Fryer
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