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  1. J, I have the EXACT same problem. And I think I've got the solution. I just got a reply from NCH Support. They referred me to a plug-in called flip4mac. http://nch.com.au/components/mac I downloaded and installed. Then I dragged the file right into the ExpressScribe window and it played! Hope it works for you.
  2. I have the same problem with a WMA file. I think I've got the solution. I just got a reply from NCH Support. They referred me to a plug-in called flip4mac. http://nch.com.au/components/mac I downloaded and installed. Then I dragged the file right into the ExpressScribe window and it played! Hope it works for you. Fred Jacobowitz
  3. science.translat..., I think I found the solution! I have your same problem. I just got a reply back from NCH Support and they referred me to a site to get a plug-in called flip4mac. http://nch.com.au/components/mac I downloaded and installed, and then dragged the WMA file right into the ExpressScribe window. And it worked!!!! Hope it works for you. Fred Jacobowitz
  4. Kat, I have a similar problem. See if this works for you: I am using 10.4 (on a G4 eMac). I just got a reply back from NCH Support referring me to the following web site: http://nch.com.au/components/mac It's a plug-in called flip4mac. I downloaded, installed and then dragged the WMA right into the ExpressScribe box. And it worked! I hope this'll work for you.
  5. Zpouseman, I think I have your smae problem. I am also using 10.4 (on a G4 eMac). I just got a reply back from NCH Support referring me to the following web site: http://nch.com.au/components/mac It's a plug-in called flip4mac. I downloaded, installed and then dragged the WMA right into the ExpressScribe box. And it worked! I hope this'll work for you. Fred Jacobowitz
  6. I have an infinity IN USB foot pedal which works fine with my kid's PC. However, it doesn't with my Mac. I seem to remember (this damned CRS) that Express Scribe MIGHT be incompatible with some pedals. If so, which ones? I THINK mine is a VEC (one thin foot toggle on each side and the wide middle part is the 'play' toggle). Fred Jacobowitz
  7. Hi. I have no idea how to get to my sound card. I did a search and it turned up nothing about where it is or how to get to it. It jsut said that it exists. There is no setting for "environmental sounds" in my sound settings, which I accessed through control panel. Where do I go to get to my sound card settings? I the help section, it has information pertaining only to Win 2000, not to XP.
  8. I hope someone can help me. Since installing Express Scribe I have been experiencing an annoying echo in the audio when I use it (with my foot pedal). The program seems to work fine except for this phenomenon but it makes distinguishing what is being said quite difficult! It sounds like the speaker is on the other side of a large locker room. My PC is an EMachines running XP. Fred
  9. When I listen to my CD ROM dictation tape, it sounds like it was recorded with a reverb program. There is at least a 2 second reverb, which makes transcribing quite challenging, let me tell you. I downloaded Express Scribe and installed it successfully (I think). The tone is fine and speed control works, etc. The only problem is this #$%^& echo. I think it must be my PC but I'm at a loss to figure out where the problem is. The problem actually started when I downloaded another program's 15-day trial. (CyberPlayer) That went fine except for this echo. I completely eradicated any vestige of
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