Start new sequence:
The number which is entered in the field will be used for creating a new numbering sequence after
the settings have been transferred to the recorder. This means that the next new file, and from that
point on all subsequent files, will use the new numbering sequence.
Author Watson selects this option to create a new numbering sequence and types the following
number into the field: 100
The recorder generates file numbers as follows: Wats100.dss, Wats101.dss, Wats102.dss,
Wats103.dss and so on.
3.8.4. Record into one file only
3.8.5. Record notification beep
In a Citrix environment, SpeechExec does not play such acoustic notifications even if this option is
3.8.6. Noise reduction
3.8.7. Record from external sources Line-IN
DPM 8000 series - Technical Specification and Advanced Device Configuration
This setting defines that only one dictation sound file is created.
Activating this option changes the behavior of the recorder. Any
recording you make is stored in a single file, instead of separate files
for different subjects; this behavior is similar to recording on a tape with
an analog device.
This setting defines that the recorder beeps when recording is possible.
Activating this option means that you must wait until you hear a beep
before you start recording; this behavior is similar to the behavior of
standard voice mail machines.
If you activate this setting, the recorder reduces background noise
while you are creating a new recording.
ON will attenuate the recording sensitivity by 26dB in order to allow
higher input levels from a line-out source.
This attenuation is only enabled when an external device is connected
to the mic-in jack.
DPM8000 can't distinguish between an external microphone and an
external line-out device. Even the external microphone would be
attenuated if Line-in is set to ON.
As long as no external device is attached via the mic-in jack, the
recording sensitivity is not changed.
This setting has no influence on the mono/stereo file property.