Part of the added security functionality, The Philips DPM8000 has the ability to set exactly how much time, if any, the device remains accessible before it becomes locked, and needs to be unlocked by entering a password. The setup for this is fairly straightforward, but navigating the menus can be tricky, which is why Certified…Details
The new Philips 8000 Pocket Memo allows users to customize the default screen displayed when the device is powered on. This allows distributors, dealers and users to give their Digital Pocket Memo a customized look and feel. This guide will walk you through the process of How to Add a Custom Logo to the Philips…Details
Yes, the Olympus RS-31 foot pedal will work with the Olympus DSS Player Pro Release 5.0.13 Transcription Module.
Verification Source: In-house testing in the Certified eSupport Lab on a 32bit Windows 7 Desktop running Olympus DSS Player Pro Release 5.0.13
Is there a cheat sheet for Dragon Commands available within the Philips SpeechExec Pro Online Recorder Window? Yes, below is a Philips Online Recorder Dragon Command Cheat Sheet that can be used within the Philips SpeechExec Online Recorder Window. The Philips SpeechExec Online Recorder Window is part of the integrated Dragon Medical Practice Edition and…Details
Unfortunately no, at this time, there is no way to prevent a spoken instruction from being transcribed when processed through speech recognition (Dragon).
*2016 Update: SpeechExec Pro v8.6 and higher now features the ability to separate spoken instructions before Dragon transcription.
Verification Source: In-house Testing
Verification Date: 12.19.11
Yes, the Philips SpeechExec Pro software supports Dictation Property Place Holders, which allows the software to automatically extract information from your device (SpeechMike or Digital Pocket Memo) and put it into your template. Below is a list of the available place holders. Dictation Property – Place Holder Author ID – [AUTHOR] Worktype – [WORKTYPE] Start – [RECOGNITION_STARTS_HERE] Instruction Length…Details
Within the Philips SpeechExec Pro Transcribe v5 B422, the compact player keeping growing in vertical size, how do I fix this?
Question: Within the Philips SpeechExec Pro Transcribe v5 B422, the compact player keeping growing in vertical size, how do I fix this?
The pictures below show the audio-bar after a few files are transcribed:
Eventually, the player window becomes too large and interferes with thier work. If the PC is restarted, the size returns to normal, but starts growing again.
This is a bug and was resolved with the latest patch.
As a workaround, change the appearance from the Compact Player interface to the Expanded Player interface as this version of the GUI does now experience the bug.
Verification Source: Philips website
Within the Philips SpeechExec Pro v7.1 software, can I use Dropbox to transfer files between computers?
Yes, Dropbox is a great transmission method for sharing photos, documents, videos and audio files between computers, tablets and smartphones. Both the Philips SpeechExec Pro Dictate and Transcribe software allow you to change the path of the download folders, therefore; you can change the path to point to your Dropbox location, which will send the…Details
Will the Philips SpeechExec software recognize priority settings made on an Olympus digital voice recorder?
Unfortunately no. Although the Philips SpeechExec software does support the Olympus Pro-Line digital voice recorders, it will not recognize support the priority feature. Olympus devices do not use the same priority numbering scheme as Philips, therefore; all dictations recorded on an Olympus device will download with a priority level of 7. The same goes for…Details
Within Philips SpeechExec Enterprise, my audio files are downloading to the Local Work folder rather than my network folder
There are a few reasons that your files will go to the Local Folder rather than the Finished Dictations folder you created within the SpeechExec Enterprise Manager. Follow the suggested resolutions below. Resolution #1: Verify Network Connection In order for audio files to transmit to a networked folder, you’ll need to make sure that the…Details