3.7.3. Recording format
Here you can define what sound format is used for recording dictations on the recorder
3.7.4. Microphone sensitivity
Here you can set the sensitivity level for the audio input via the built-in microphone.
recording at a conference.
3.7.5. File Name
This setting defines how the file names of recorder recordings are created.
Example: File name creation with author name
The entries for the keyword usage, this means the defined content strings, are a selection of author's
names: Jones, Singh, Watson.
Author Watson selects the respective author name on the recorder. The recorder generates this file
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DSS SP: This recording format provides excellent audio quality.
It is recommended when the dictation sound files are used, for
for speech recognition.
DSS QP: This recording format provides you with the best quality for
PCM (mono or stereo format): This recording format provides
MP3: This recording format provides high audio quality.
Low (Private): This setting is recommended when recording dictations
in a noisy environment. To get a good quality recording it is important
to speak close to the microphone
Medium (Dictate): This is the default setting and recommended when
recording dictations in a normal environment.
High (Conference): This setting is recommended when, for example,
Author option creates a file name based on
the predefined author name.
Prefix enables you to define a prefix string
with up to 4 characters.