Voice dictation is the ability to interpret human speech and transcribe it into text for use in applications.

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Can't get suggestions for Dotted Blue Underline in OS X Dictation

I know that the dotted blue underlined words during dictation in OS X are supposed to provide alternative suggestions of the voice transcription. However, when I control-click or right-click the ...
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How to keep sound from muting while using dictation?

Whenever I try to use the dictation feature in OSX, it mutes my sound. I want to hear the audio I'm playing in iTunes or somewhere else while I have dictation enabled. How can I do that?
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How can I transcribe a Voice Memo to Text?

I need to transcribe Voice Memo recording to text. Can I play the recording and use Dictation? is there another method to convert an existing Voice Memo to text?
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Offline download of Enhanced Dictation in Mavericks

I want to use the amazing Enhanced Dictation Feature available in OSX Mavericks, like the screenshot says is required a download of 785 MB. The only problem is that in my home where i have my Mac i ...
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Installing extended offline dictation fails without error

I'm trying to download the offline dictation files but I only see the download window (screenshot) and after a while it disappears and the next time if I want to use dictation the same thing happens. ...
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In Mavericks, is it possible to use Enhanced Dictation from the command line?

A use case is: I have a recording in AIFF or MP3 format, and I'd like a text version of it as Enhanced Dictation would have recognized it if I had spoken it myself.
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Using dictation in the command line (e.g. transcribe an audio recording to a text file)

I have some audio recordings and would like to transcribe them into text files. I was wondering whether there is a command line tool that could use the built-in Dictation to do that? And if so, is ...
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Speech recognition in iOS periodically fails - beep does not sound after hitting microphone button

This problem has occurred on my iPhone 5 with all versions of iOS that have been available for it. When you want to do voice dictation you hit the microphone key on the keyboard, the microphone ...
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“no caps” not working in Sublime Text

On Mavericks I'm trying to use the "no caps" dictation command in Sublime text but the word always appears capitalized. I tested the command in the Safari URL line and it does work there. Is there a ...
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Snow Leopard Speech Recognition pane is blank

I wanted to play with the speech recognition in osx but the system preferances pane is blank. The text to speech one appears ok but speech recognition is completely empty. Any ideas?
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Dictation always quits after about ten seconds no matter what I do

I like dictation but after I turn it on in, say, Text-Edit, it records for about ten seconds, then I get the three dots instead of the Microphone icon. Here, I'll see if I can dictate right here, and ...
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Why does speech recognition take up 1 GM or RAM suddenly? And GMail in Safari 738 MB?

I did enable speech recognition just in case, but very rarely use it, and I did not remember even accidentally activating it since bootup. Now I simply have a few apps running under Mavericks, and I ...
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Mac OS X Mavericks dictation problems for enhanced dictation

My video on enhanced dictation not working properly is located here. I really do not know what is going on. Any help is appreciated!
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Does (or when will) the Google Chrome browser support speech recognition on the iPad?

I tried testing the Google Chrome browser's speech recognition on the iPad2. Doesn't show the little microphone (see the bottom of this test page) It it simply not supported? Or only on iPad3 or ...