Which Olympus Digital Dictaphone Should I Choose?

Which Olympus Digital Dictation Solution is best for me. Compare Olympus DS-2600 vs DS-9000 vs DS-9500 vs Olympus Dictation App

The current line up of Olympus Australia digital dictaphones is comprised of three physical dictaphones, four physical combinations and a smartphone app for iPhone and Android. Picking the best solution for you really depends on a few factors; are you upgrading from an older dictaphone? are you new to dictation? do you only use a … read more

What Next for Olympus Dictation? Pure Speculation …

Olympus Audio division taken over by investment fund Japan Industrial Partners Inc

At the time of writing this post, mid-October 2020, it has been exactly two and a half years since we saw the Olympus DS-9500 dictaphone and the new R7 release of ODMS software (Olympus Dictation Management System) for Windows. So it would be fair to speculate the something new is coming soon, but what will … read more

Olympus for Mac Users – Don’t Upgrade to macOS 11 Big Sur Yet

Auto download issue with Olympus DSS Player Plus v7.7.3 in macOS 11 Big Sur workaround

If you use an Olympus Digital Dictaphone user exclusively on a Mac you are encouraged to hold-off upgrading to the latest Mac operating system major update to macOS 11 Big Sur when it is released. Initial testing of DSS Player Plus v7.7.3 on beta macOS 11 by Olympus is showing an issue with the auto-download … read more

Interested in Philips SpeechLive But Have Invested in Olympus?

How to use Olympus digital voice recorders dictaphones with Philips SpeechLive Upload Client

Q: Can I use Olympus Dictaphones with Philips SpeechLive? A: YES ! In the digital dictation world there are really only two camps, you are either Olympus or Philips. We often find brand loyalty, both have been in the digital voice space for years, but people like to stick with what they know. But, Philips … read more

New Philips SpeechLive App – Add Images to Dictation

New Philips SpeechLive iOS dictation app

Philips Dictation has just released a new app for digital dictation called Philips SpeechLive. As the name suggests it is for their SpeechLive subscribers and can be used instead of their Philips Voice Recorder App. The Voice Recorder app which will remain for the Dictation Hub users and those SpeechLive users who don’t want to … read more

Microsoft Enables Multi Speaker Voice Recognition in Word for Mac and PC

New Transcribe in Word Voice Speech Recognition from Microsoft

Microsoft via Office 365 has officially joined the speech recognition club by enabling the new “Transcribe” function in Word. Transcribe is essentially automatic transcription of voice or voices to text. Yes, voices! Transcribe can convert speech to text for more than one speaking voices to text and it can identify those speakers, we have an … read more

Philips SpeechExec v10 for Windows End-of-Support – Loyalty Discounted Upgrades Available

Philips Australia SpeechExec v10 EOS End of Support Upgrade Options

SpeechExec v10 End-of-Support – Upgrade to Philips SpeechExec Pro v11 or SpeechLive Philips Dictation Australia has just announced that version v10 of their popular SpeechExec dictation and transcription software for Windows will go End-of-Support on 20th November 2020. What does end-of-support mean? This means that there will be no more updates released for SpeechExec v10 … read more

Phillips Announce New SpeechLive Enhancements – Notifications & Images

Dictate Australia the Philips SpeechLive experts

Philips Dictation has this month announced a couple of enhancement to their SpeechLive Australian hosted cloud dictation and transcription system. SpeechLive Email Notifications for Typists First up for the SpeechLive typists you will now receive a bit more detail in your email when you are notified of new dictations uploaded to SpeechLive. Rather than just … read more