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|How can I customize recording controls (pedals and buttons) for the IDC?|
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Pedals/button Control Customization for the IDC
The IDC provides the ability to customize behavior of the application for certain supported pedals and handheld microphone buttons. These include compatible USB plug-n-play Transcription and Dictation Pedals and the Olympus DR-1000. See Knowledge Base article #253 for more information on how to record a dictation directly into the IDC.
Define pedal and button actions in your IDC user settings
If you are using the Olympus DR-1000 microphone system, the following buttons are enabled and can be assigned to any of the above choices.
If you are using the Phillips Speechmike Pro microphone system, the following buttons are enabled and can be assigned to any of the above choices.
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR SPEECHMIKE USERS: We recommend that when using the SpeechMike you still set the output device to your computer speakers instead of the SpeechMike itself. This should ensure the smoothest experience and will avoid some of the intermittent problems we saw while testing where programs on the computer try to utilize the SpeechMike as a full duplex device instead of a half duplex.
To set your output device to the computer speakers with the Phillips Speechmike plugged in, right click on the Speaker Icon in your system tray (by the clock). Click on Playback Devices and select your computer speakers.
|How can I control recording in the IDC?
Recording Dictation via PC microphone
|How can I influence the Default Document Type in the IDC?
Overriding the Default Document Type in the IDC
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|Tuesday, July 6, 2010|
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