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I'd love to be able to add an audio or video file to a note, and transcribe it while playing it. A keyboard shortcut could add the current timestamp to the transcription, after which I can type whatever I want. This timestamp should, when clicked, link to the position in the audio/video file, so I can quickly find it back.
Hello! I'm using a Moleskine Pen+ for capturing notes I make. I'm syncing through the Moleskine Notes app into Evernote, where the notebook pages are captured. I can search using Evernote through the content of those pages, but in some instances the OCR has not identified words correctly. Is it possible to manually adjust those imperfections, so that I can search accurately through this content in future? Alternatively, is there a commonly-used workaround?
I noticed Dragon Dictate 4 for Mac is on special at TUAW and a friend at dinner last week was praising it. I have hours of recordings saved as general mp3 from a digital recorder as well as many more recent ones in Evernote, mostly recorded with SoundEver on an iPhone. Has anyone tried exporting such audio and running through DD? I would hope to automate the export if possible, with AppleScript or more demanding programming if necessary. Whilst I find manual transcription of recent recordings helps me remember context and think of additional nuance, I don't get that benefit from stuff more than a year old. thanks
When I want to listen to an audio recording in a note I can listen to it in the view mode. There I can change the position inside the audio with a slider and pause the playback. But in the edit view with a push an option window pops up if the recording should be removed or opened. When opened is selected the media player gets started in a new window. This doesn't allow to transcribe the recording. When I go back to EN the audio is still played, but I can not change the position or pause easily. My suggestion is to use the same representation as in the 'view' view (playback bar with slider), so that position and pause are easily possible. And with a longer push on the bar give the option to remove the recording (or instead have a delete cross on the right side of the bar).