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|How does playback work when reaching the end of the audio file?|
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Rewind to Start When End of Job Reached Explained
When playing audio dictation in the ITC to transcribe or edit a document, upon reaching the end of the recording the behavior of the playback can be setup to either stop or wrap around to continue playing at the beginning.
To specify this behavior in the ITC, load the ITC Settings (F10 from the main window or "Tools --> Options --> User Settings" from ITC editor window). On the General tab, check or uncheck the box labeled: "Rewind to start when end of job reached."
If not checked, the playback stops upon reaching the end. If checked, the playback continues by wrapping around to the beginning of the file. Keep in mind that when jobs have been split or duplicated, all jobs based on the original dictation contain the entire audio so the audio at the beginning of the file might be related to a different encounter.
|How do I Change User Settings in the ITC?
ITC User Settings
|How to set tones for fast-forward and rewind in ITC
Tone Settings for Fast-Forward and Rewind in ITC Explained
|How can I require MTs to play an entire audio file?
Require playing entire dictation
|How can an MT be sure when the end of an audio files is reached?
How to set tone to indicate end of playback in ITC
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|Thursday, December 17, 2015|
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