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|How can I setup auto-rewind when stopping playback in the ITC?
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How to control auto-rewind when stopping playback in the ITC
When playing dictation audio in the InfraWare Transcription Client (ITC), the program can be set to automatically rewind a bit each time playback is stopped (usually by lifting the foot off the play pedal).
There are two modes for playback, and each mode has a different behavior. Both modes are controlled by a parameter specified in User Settings of the ITC.
To change your preferences in the General User Settings screen, just follow the quick, easy steps below:
The first mode rewinds a specific number of seconds (or decimal values) when playback is stopped (i.e. 3 seconds). This mode is applicable anytime the MT is producing a report for which a First Draft was not provided from speech recognition. It also applies when a First Draft is in place, but synchronous playback is not enabled (toggled off and on with the F12 key). See KB97 for details on Synchronous Playback.
The second mode rewinds a certain number or words (i.e. 2 words) and is applicable when a First Draft is present and synchronous playback is active. It is useful to rewind a number of words (instead of seconds) because the initial utterances can be easier to understand when they represent an entire word.
|How do I Change User Settings in the ITC?
ITC User Settings
|Synchronize audio and text during ITC playback
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|Wednesday, May 30, 2018
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