Yes. There are many options for transferring files via the Internet, but described here is the general principle. All dictated reports are stored on the Orator Pro digital dictation system as individual voice files. These files may be converted and compressed to smaller files that are suitable for Internet transfer. They are then copied or uploaded to a web server. A transcriptionist (that has access to the Internet) may go that web site and download these files. Once the transcriptionist has downloaded the files to her computer, she may use a foot pedal and software to play and control these files (play, pause, rewind and fast forward). The software we offer is the WavPlayer that plays all standard wav files formats as well as TrueSpeech files and is controlled with a foot pedal.
Can the Internet be used to eliminate long distance charges that would be incurred by transcriptionists dialing into the system from different cities?
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