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The Realtime & Translation Tabs - Part 2


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Date:           Tue, Nov 10th, 2009 8:30:00 pm EST
Presenter:   Michael Starkman
Price:           $49.00
CEUs:            .2
Recording:   Yes, Immediate
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Eclipse users make this kind of comment all the time: "There are so many things in the software that I don't know about and I know they can help." It's true, reporters lead busy, deadlined lives and it's difficult at times to find time to explore the software. And there's this: Most reporters aren't mavens when it comes to software. They would prefer being shown how to implement new features rather than finding and figuring them out on their own.




SOME OF THE MANY POINTS MICHAEL WILL COVER

  • Steno Link. Steno enables realtime remote scoping!
  • Division interval. Eclipse can copy sequential portions of the realtime record to a specific location on the network, including audio.
  • Auto brief. Now you can control what kinds of briefs will be suggested, as well as the size and position of the suggestion window.
  • Speaker list and the new Seating chart. This powerful feature is incredibly useful and pitifully under-utilized. Insert or change speaker names at will and now, array them in a chart so you can keep track of who’s who in the room.


The Realtime & Translation Tabs:
Take Maximum Advantage

An Eclipse Learning Webinar

by Michael Starkman

Eclipse users make this kind of comment all the time: “There are so many things in the software that I don’t know about and I know they can help.” It’s true, reporters lead busy, deadlined lives and it’s difficult at times to find time to explore the software. And there’s this: Most reporters aren’t mavens when it comes to software. They would prefer being shown how to implement new features rather than finding and figuring them out on their own.

The Realtime and Translate tabs in User settings are classic examples. They’re both chock full of checkboxes, buttons, spin controls, and other settings that many reporters either don’t understand at all or are uncertain about. Understanding what they do and how to best use of them will increase your translation accuracy. You’ll get more out of Eclipse and get better results.




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