Dragon NaturallySpeaking, a CAT tool?

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$15 (Free with the Plus package)

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68 minutes

Learning Objectives

At the end of this training, participants will be able to:

• create and optimize a Dragon profile
• know the main commands and tours of the software
• use specific menus to fine tune settings
• identify the possible tricks of the tools when translating

Description

Do you want to translate more words in one hour? Come and discover the productivity gains made possible by voice recognition, especially with Dragon NaturallySpeaking.
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Do you already have your Dragon copy but don’t use it? Or you use it without ever having read the notice? Or you just want to know more about voice recognition? This webinar will teach you the basics to create a profile but, above all, it will give some tips to make it work in an optimal way: precautions to take before creating a profile, optimization, advanced settings... will allow you to take the best out of voice recognition and optimize the possible productivity gains. Translate more words in one hour (from 1.5 to 3 times) to translate more in one day or have more free time, isn’t it a dream? Additionally, voice recognition helps preventing back and arms pain...

Upload Date

November 28, 2013

Trainer Bio

Bruno74 - Bruno De Myttenaere a obtenu sa licence en traduction en 1975, à Bruxelles. Il a ensuite embrassé une carrière bancaire qui lui a permis de découvrir de nombreuses facettes de la banque. Il a mis un terme à sa carrière bancaire en 2009, comme cadre de direction, et a quitté la Belgique pour s’installer en France, à Annecy, dans les Alpes, où il a lancé son activité de traducteur freelance. Depuis 2011, il utilise quotidiennement la reconnaissance vocale pour ses traductions, aussi bien dans SDL Studio 2011 (2014) que dans memoQ ou Wordfast Anywhere. A l’époque, cela lui a permis de respecter les délais pour la traduction d’un livre à laquelle il était occupé. Bruno a 5 enfants et 10 petits enfants (et ce n’est pas fini…). Il aime la randonnée, le vélo, la lecture, la musique… et est comédien amateur : il a joué avec plusieurs troupes bruxelloises entre 1990 et 2009 et a écrit une pièce.

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