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Hi. I having been working with files which have been docked onto express dictate. When I recieve them via express scribe, the playback is sometimes choppy and it sounds as though a word is skipped inbetween two others. I do not know if this is a problem in Express Dictate or Express Scribe but any help would be greatly appreciated. One word can make a big difference. Thanks

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Hi. I having been working with files which have been docked onto express dictate. When I recieve them via express scribe, the playback is sometimes choppy and it sounds as though a word is skipped inbetween two others. I do not know if this is a problem in Express Dictate or Express Scribe but any help would be greatly appreciated. One word can make a big difference. Thanks

 

 

I am having the same problem. Does anyone have a solution?

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From what I can tell, no one gets replies here. It seems to be a forum to post problems, which are abundant; solutions are apparently in short supply.

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Unfortunately, I have the same problem rather than a solution for you. Like you I am posting this to get some help if possible.

 

J-R Trudel

 

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Posted Today, 05:16 PM

With version 4.06 of Express Dictate, I used to use and have no problems with an old microphone that I would plug into one of the mini jacks on the computer.  Now with the latest version, with the same microphone, I get a lot of background noise and my voice is recorded intermittingly!  Can someone suggest a setting that would aliviate this problem or will I have to buy a new microphone?  If I need a new microphone any suggestions as to which one I should buy?  Thank you.

 

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