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Topic Title: Does anyone know where the WSR user files are located??
Topic Summary: Can they be exported etc/ How many custom words can be added??
Created On: 06/20/2011 03:57 PM
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 Does anyone know where the WSR user files are located??   - Rag - 06/20/2011 03:57 PM  
 Does anyone know where the WSR user files are located??   - Russell - 06/21/2011 10:53 AM  
 Does anyone know where the WSR user files are located??   - Chucker - 06/21/2011 11:21 AM  
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Rag
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Can anyone answer the above??
Also does it have an export user file feature like some of the dragon versions??
Thanks in advance.
One more thing... How many words can you add to the WSR custom vocab???? Anyone know??
Cheers
R

 06/21/2011 10:53 AM
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Russell
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Rag,

The WSR Profile Tool (a free download from Microsoft) will let you export and import profiles. Google "wsr profile tool" to find it.

I'm not sure how many custom words you can add. There are companies out there selling vocabulary add-ons for Windows Speech Recognition. A little research into the size of these vocabularies might provide a ballpark estimate.

Good luck!

-Russ

 06/21/2011 11:21 AM
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Chucker
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Russell,

I've already responded to Rag on the Speechcomputing forum. In theory there is no limit, and if there is, it's either RAM or hard drive space.

I use WSR for testing purposes with VoicePower and I've already added almost 10,000 words. Doesn't seem to have any impact on WSR.

Chuck Runquist
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