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A Beginner's Guide to Creating Custom Dragon Commands for SDL Trados Studio (by Nora Díaz)

A Beginner's Guide to Creating Custom Dragon Commands for SDL Trados Studio (by Nora Díaz) | Translator Tools | Scoop.it
For the past couple of weeks, I've been learning and experimenting to increase Dragon's usability in Studio, a non-supported application. This will be a summary of what I've learned and a how-to for other users who may want to get started with some basic scripts...
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Nora Díaz presents a rather detailed tutorial about controlling SDL Trados Studio with Dragon NaturallySpeaking. You will learn how to execute Studio commands by pronouncing custom phrases (recognized and activated from Dragon NaturallySpeaking). Nora provides a list of sample Studio commands and the corresponding scripts for their activation via voice.
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244th edition of the Tool Box Journal by Jost Zetzsche – memoQ 2014 R2 and translation productivity with speech recognition software

244th edition of the Tool Box Journal by Jost Zetzsche – memoQ 2014 R2 and translation productivity with speech recognition software | Translator Tools | Scoop.it

The latest edition of the Tool Box Journal by Jost Zetzsche includes a guest article on improved translation productivity with speech recognition software by Dragos Ciobanu, a summary of changes in the new version of memoQ – memoQ 2014 R2, and more.

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Translation Tribulations: 10 Steps to Determine CAT Tool Compatibility with the Dragon (Guest post by Jim Wardell)

In this guest post on Kevin Lossner's blog, Jim Wardell explains how to investigate the degree to which a CAT tool is compatible with Dragon NaturallySpeaking.

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Dragon Professional Individual 14 and Studio: What will you say? (by Nora Díaz)

Dragon Professional Individual 14 and Studio: What will you say? (by Nora Díaz) | Translator Tools | Scoop.it
While not every project is dictation-friendly, speech recognition can undoubtedly be a valuable tool for a translator. For several years now, I have used Dragon products in combination with SDL Trados Studio with varying degrees of success. While Dragon NaturallySpeaking never worked flawlessly with Studio, it wasn't until DNS version 13 that I lost practically all of the already limited text control capabilities in Studio...
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Nora Díaz covers the use of SDL Trados Studio together with Dragon NatuallySpeaking (Dragon Professional Individual 14).
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Dragon Naturally Speaking Version 13 - Review! (by Kevin Lossner)

This post presents Kevin Lossner's explanation of the benefits of dictation software in translation work as well as older instructional videos by Kevin and an external link to a review of the new Dragon Naturally Speaking version 13.

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Once upon a time there was a Dragon... (from Kilgray website)

Once upon a time there was a Dragon... (from Kilgray website) | Translator Tools | Scoop.it

Have you already worked with memoQ using Dragon Naturally Speaking(TM)? Watch the following video and learn from Jim Wardell how easily you can tame the Dragon.

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Nice demonstration of the use of Dragon Naturally Speaking in memoQ. This may not be the best example of speed benefits, since the document being translated is overly technical, however large benefits in translation of easier text are clear.

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