SpeechLive Version 11: What's New?
The #1 cloud-based dictation solution has just become better than ever; SpeechLive 11 brings some innovative new features and functionality that are bound to delight new and future users.
Real-time Speech Recognition
In our opinion, this is the most exciting update to SpeechLive to date. Not only are users able to securely send and receive dictation via Microsoft Azure cloud servers but now SpeechLive users can log in via web browser and have their dictated text transcribed via speech recognition in real-time.
The new speech-to-text function built in the SpeechLive web recorder allows users to quickly create text documents from anywhere. Simply plug in your Philips SpeechMike or SpeechOne Headset, navigate to the web recorder and hit the new green Speech-to-Text icon.
Users can even use their voice to add lines, spaces and special characters. A complete list of voice commands can be found in the SpeechLive window once logged in to your account. The Speech to text engine also allows users to add expressions and names that are not common at all to every-day vocabulary. This will help you to get them recognized better when using the Speech Recognition function.
All of your work is completely secure; should your PC or browser crash during dictation, SpeechLive saves all of your work in the background. When you log back in you will be able to recover any unfinished dictation made.
Send Dictation to Individual Typists
Now SpeechLive users can select the transcriptionist that the dictation needs to go to directly from the smartphone app. Simply create your dictation and select which of the link typists the work needs to go to prior to sending. This option has been one of the most popular feature requests for the system, and Philips have not disappointed in providing users with exactly what they were looking for.
Extended Range of Playback Speeds
The SpeechLive Web Player now enables users more control over the playback speed of dictations. Playback speed can now be adjusted from 50% of normal speech through to 200% of normal speed.