As of a few days ago, Adondo added an extremely effective transcription tool to this cutting edge application that transcribes audio file recorded in .WAV, .MP3 and .WMA file formats. It's quick and really accurate. We've experimented most with the audio notes that PAL records, in .mp3 format sampled at 48kHz but this transcription tool works very, very well with .wav files sampled at 16khz, in fact the difference is pretty minimal.
The tool will transcribe both local sound files and remote sound files; we've experimented with audio files we've created by calling PAL from cell phones and this is truly a useful wireless speech recognition tool we envision becoming rather popular.
It's actually kind of refreshing to get back to our PC's, click in the file we need transcribed and get a typically 95% - 97% accurate transcription, insert links and be done. The tool automatically generates transcription into a Wordpad doc, which can be quickly copied into emails or Word doc's and it's transcription accuracy, partucularly from audio files created by calling our PC's from cell phones is phenomenal.
Once again, our techie hats are off to Adondo for making a truly useful tool for wireless speech recognition users who need speed and accuracy. Congrats, Adondo!