Realtime Captioning System

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Cpc-500 Voicecaptioner

The CPC-500 VoiceCaptioner is a captioning software system designed to convert speech into text for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing. This software is designed to work with a speech recognition program such as Dragon NaturallySpeaking or ViaVoice (not included, see separate entries). A computer is connected via a serial cable to a closed caption encoder that receives a video feed of the speaker. The speaker's words are automatically turned into captions. Captioning of multiple speaker

IBM Viascribe

IBM ViaScribe is captioning software for digital audio and video, designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard or hearing. This software creates a written transcript of existing audio or video content, and automatically captions live audio content as it occurs. It can be used in classrooms, business meetings, and other situations in which presentations are made. The speaker spends approximately an hour creating a voice profile that helps the program learn his or her particular speech pat

Remote Realtime Online Captioning

Remote Realtime Online Captioning is an open captioning system designed for use by individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing or who have learning or language disabilities. Remote realtime captioning is provided Internet using the included software and standard computer equiopment. Speakers at the event site (classrooms, meetings, conferences, workshops, phone conferences) use a lapel or hand-held microphone. The audio is digitized by the event-site computer and sent via the Internet to a remot


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