Speech to Text Software

We’ve been contemplating buying the Dragon NaturallySpeaking software so that The Missus can “write” content for our new project while holding a baby.  It would also be a lot easier for her to dictate everything–she’s an excellent speaker–as fast as she want to go.  I can go back in later and edit if needed, but the reviews I’ve read of NaturallySpeaking say it does a good job of punctuating on its own.

I’m also thinking it would be great for my dad.  He’s losing his eyesight rapidly, and can hardly read a computer screen anymore.  I was wondering if anyone had any experience with this software.  A guy I used to work with swears by it, just because he can’t type.  It says it can handle over 100 words per minute of human speech.  Being from the South, that should be plenty for my family and me.  🙂

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I’ve been considering this product for a while. I have only heard official reviews, I haven’t spoken to anybody actually using it. The price point is low enough that I will probably check it out. Let me know what you guys think about it.

I think one of the features of the more expensive versions that is really nice is the bluetooth microphone capability. I can see that being really handy, especially if you are giving presentations that you’d like to have transcribed.

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