MacSpeech, Inc. announced MacSpeech Scribe Legal, an
add-on component that incorporates the world’s most advanced
personal transcription for the Macintosh with MacSpeech Dictate
Legal, the legal professional’s speech recognition solution for
Now, MacSpeech Dictate Legal users running Snow Leopard can
transcribe an audio file of a person’s voice dictation into
written text, with up to 99% accuracy, in a single button click.
MacSpeech Scribe Legal accepts audio files in .wav, .aif, .aiff,
.m4v, mp4, or .m4a formats.
The MacSpeech Scribe Legal add-on component is available
immediately to currently registered MacSpeech Dictate Legal
customers for US$99, by download only from the MacSpeech web
site at: .
MacSpeech Dictate Legal is the legal professional’s speech
recognition solution for the Macintosh, with support for more
than 30,000 legal-specific words and terms. MacSpeech Dictate
Legal provides unprecedented speech recognition accuracy with
minimal training and works with existing Mac applications.
MacSpeech Dictate Legal delivers a true Mac user experience, and
conforms to behaviors already familiar to Macintosh fans
worldwide. Beyond dictation, MacSpeech Dictate Legal lets people
perform basic navigation of their Mac and control it with their
voice to launch applications, open new windows, execute menu
Compatibility and Availability
MacSpeech Scribe Legal requires Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, and
is available today for US$99 for currently registered MacSpeech
Dictate Legal customers only, directly from the MacSpeech web
site at: .
New MacSpeech Dictate Legal solutions, which include an
enhanced, USB headset microphone, are available starting at US$595.