I have a Dell XPS 8300 Windows 7, 64-bit computer. To date, the IT support from my workplace (Nuance) and IT support from Dell have been unable to get the foot pedal to work. Literally 3 hours has been spent on tech shadowing my computer looking for the reason. I am very, very disappointed as it has taken me out of work now for 2 weeks and still no resolution to the problem. It is the Dell Techician who was in all your web sites trying to find a solution.
It is a great piece of equipment and it is just like my other one which is also an Infinity. Thanks for the wonderful pedal.
I attempted to run this program using \"wine\" (Windows \"emulator\") in a linux environment. It not only failed, it nearly locked up my computer.Many Windows applications run fine using wine, but not this foot pedal testing program.
My new VEC Infinity IN-USB-1 Foot Pedal Version 14 doesn't work "properly" with Winscribe. It will work for a few minutes and then it will not shut off the play and reverse and forward are no longer functioning at that point. Using Windows Vista, IT for the company I do contract work for says it is Vista. Other people I know contracting for the same company don't have this problem on Vista. The Foot Pedal tester doesn't work either... it takes me to a "problem loading page screen" showing the path of http://www.turbodictation.com/fpt.exe, but will not ...
Express Scribe is the easiest transcription program I have ever used! Although I couldn\'t get my foot pedal to work -- no problem! Using the keystroke buttons to control the dictation is there to the rescue. The learning curve is about less than 5 mins. I am recommending this to my friends at work, personal and people I network with on Facebook!
So far works great! I use an Infinity USB foot control, and ESTP 5.01 integrated with it with no problem. ESTP 5.01 seems just as good as the \"leading brand\" software we\'ve been using, and now see no reason to keep using. Thanks!
Hi, my AVG Internet Security flagged this program up as containing a trojan. I don\'t think it does (it hasn\'t tried to connect to the internet), have tried it and have been very happy with it. It does all it says on the tin and lets you use the controls whilst typing in word (it uses F keys to speed up, slow down, fast forward etc.).
The audio was great. I have used this software for a few years now - I am a scopist - but for whatever reason when I installed it on a laptop with Vista 64-bit system I kept getting a message that the computer could not find drivers for the pedal. I do not have a generic pedal.I would love to use it again, if I can bet that problem resolved.
This is a very simple-to-use yet handy program. You can play various audio files and then use a foot petal or keyboard to control multiple playback functions. You can speed up and slow down the audio. It looks like there's other stuff I haven't even tried yet. It was very easy to set up and very fast to get going. Thanks!
I want to play wave files for MT I am doing medical transcription as homebased. I downloaded express scribe but I cannot play some wave files for medical transcription jobs and asking for codec compression have to install. Please tell me what I have to do and which version I want to do. Thank u With regards, Murugesan.
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