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I need a wav to text convertor


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I need a wav to text convertor is there any freeware or dese XP have this feature?
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wav to text?.....er uh...what?
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lol, wav as in Audio wav files.
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yes wav file I need to be able to take notes from my voice recorder and convert them to text
thanks
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Windows XP has speech recognition. You can access it via Control Panel / Speech. I have never used it, but in looking at the first page when I clicked on it you will probably need a microphone and play the file with the speaker close to the microphone. There might be a way to do direct input, but I will leave that to someone more familiar with that kind of thing. It also appears that you will have to 'train' the speech to text converter to understand your speaking voice/pronunciation.
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If you use speech rcognition in windows xp, if you want to convert digital files, than all you need to do is:

1. create a new profile & train it (it should be a fairly quick).
2. in the "Speech recognition" tab press "audio input" (under the microphone pane).
3. select "prefferd input device".
4. in the drop box select the name of your speaker system (eg. mine is: "Avance AC97 Audio").
5. start voice rcognition recording.
6. play your digital file (eg. using windows media player).

the software should record & convert any sound coming through your sound card.
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