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Old 05-04-2016, 12:47 PM
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Question Voice to Text Transcription Software

Some of you may have run across this issue. So it seems like a good place to start my search. From time to time our legal people want me convert a voice mail into a .wav file. Fair enough, I can do that.

Like many other firm's, our officers are not always satisfied. Just today I got a request form one of the VPs for a way to convert a .wav file into a transcript. Does anyone here have experience with a product that does this? And it would be nice if really worked.
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