Search:     Advanced search
Audio
 
document Audio Codecs in Case CATalyst
The best audio codec for your realtime session depends on whether you plan to transfer the audio to another computer and if so, what method you will use to effect that transfer. The following chart shows the size of an audio file at four hours and at eight hours using each of the available...
document Associate Audio Files in Case CATalyst
Sometimes, the audio file you need to listen to for a job was not done using Audiosync. Luckily, CATalyst has a way to associate that file and use it with your job. For example, you are on a job without your notebook. To record the job, you use your digital tape recorder which creates .wav files....
document Convert an MP3 to a WAV using Audacity
Download and Install Audacity: NOTE: The following article is for informational purposes. Stenograph has no affiliation with Audactiy and does not offer technical support with the installation or use of Audacity itself but this is a common method of converting MP3 format audio files to WAV...
document Squeaky Audio
Sometimes, during a break in the realtime proceedings, a reporter will open another job to edit. She'll play the audio and notice the audio either is very fast and high pitched, slow and low pitched, or doesn't play at all. Scopists may also notice this if they are editing one job, leave it open,...
document How to record audio for AudioSync in CATalyst Realtime using the computer audio from a Web Conferencing App (such as Zoom)
IMPORTANT NOTE: Stenograph highly recommends that you test your ability to record prior to your remote proceeding, to determine that you have all of the equipment that you need and that it is working properly and as expected. Reminder: Most reporters with experience of remote reporting have...
document How to Record Audio for AudioSync on a Writer using the Call In Number (Telephone) from a web conferencing app (such as Zoom)
IMPORTANT NOTE: Stenograph highly recommends that you test your ability to record prior to your remote proceeding, to determine that you have all of the equipment that you need and that it is working properly and as expected. Whether or not you are also writing and translating reatlime, you may...
document How to Record Audio for AudioSync in CATalyst Realtime when using the call-in phone number from a web conferencing app (such as Zoom)
IMPORTANT NOTE: Stenograph highly recommends that you test your ability to record prior to your remote proceeding, to determine that you have all of the equipment that you need and that it is working properly and as expected. When writing realtime for remote realtime via a web conference app...
document How to Record Audio for AudioSync on a Writer using Computer Audio from a Web Conferencing App (such as Zoom)
IMPORTANT NOTE: Stenograph highly recommends that you test your ability to record before your remote proceeding, to determine that you have all of the equipment that you need and that it is working correctly and as expected. Reminder: Most reporters with experience of remote reporting have...


Copyright 1996-2021 Stenograph, L.L.C.• All rights reserved.