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Topic Title: Transcribe from command line
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Created On: 02/26/2022 03:07 AM
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 Transcribe from command line   - cskwg - 02/26/2022 03:07 AM  
 Transcribe from command line   - R. Wilke - 02/26/2022 07:44 AM  
 Transcribe from command line   - Lunis Orcutt - 02/26/2022 12:53 PM  
 Transcribe from command line   - kkkwj - 02/26/2022 04:32 PM  
 Transcribe from command line   - R. Wilke - 02/26/2022 09:00 PM  
 Transcribe from command line   - Lunis Orcutt - 02/27/2022 05:01 PM  
 Transcribe from command line   - Lunis Orcutt - 02/27/2022 06:43 PM  
 Transcribe from command line   - Ag - 02/27/2022 10:12 PM  
 Transcribe from command line   - kkkwj - 03/04/2022 11:29 PM  
 Transcribe from command line   - R. Wilke - 03/05/2022 03:57 AM  
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Another recommendation (based on LONG experience transcribing many hundreds of mp3 files into Word documents) is to use the "transcribe to text" option instead of transcribing into Word. First, the Word transcriptions take longer to load Word each time. Second, if you're like me and want to join the many little mp3 transcriptions into one or more larger documents, that's FAR harder to do in Word, even you program it like I did. In contrast, transcribing into TXT files is far faster and then you can use any convenient editor (or other tools) to join and/or process the TXT files when you join them.

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