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|How can I establish the default play speed and volume in the ITC?|
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Establishing Default Playback Speed & Volume in the ITC
When playing audio dictation in the ITC to transcribe or edit a document, the transcriptionist can adjust the speed, volume, pitch and amplification on the Audio Controls tab of the Function Panel. At the start of each job, these adjustments are set to the default specified in the ITC Settings.
To specify these behaviors in the ITC, load the ITC Settings (F10 from the main window). On the General tab, adjust the sliders for Play Speed and Volume to the desired levels. For volume, note that 1X is real time (the speed at which the recording was made). .8X is 80% of the original speed, and 1.2X is 120% (20% faster) than the original speed.
Note: Unless you are only working with one dictator, it is best to leave the Pitch and Amplification settings as programmed in the ITC Settings. Those settings can be adjusted on the fly when transcribing a document in the ITC Editor.
See KB168 for Keyboard Shortcuts.
|How do I Change User Settings in the ITC?
ITC User Settings
|How do I specify how the platform handles transcriptionists?
Transcriptionist Settings Explained
|What keyboard shortcuts (Keystrokes) are supported in the ITC?
Keystrokes supported in the ITC
|Why won't my system play audio in the ITC?
Data execution prevention setting in Windows
|How do I adjust amplification and pitch of audio in the ITC?
Adjust Amplification in the ITC
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