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What is Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0 and why do you need a serial number?




Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0 is a software that allows users to organize and archive dictation and transcription files in a simple way. It is designed for individual users who need a reliable and easy-to-use solution for their digital voice recording needs.




Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0 Serial Number


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Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0 supports various formats of audio files, such as DSS, DSS Pro, WAV, WMA, MP3, and AIFF. It also integrates with voice recognition software, such as Dragon NaturallySpeaking, to enable automatic transcription of dictations. Moreover, it offers various features and functions to enhance the workflow and productivity of users, such as editing, sending, receiving, managing, and organizing dictation and transcription files.


To use Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0, you need a serial number that is provided with the software package. The serial number is a unique code that identifies your license and allows you to activate the software on your computer. Without a valid serial number, you cannot use the full functionality of the software. Therefore, it is important to keep your serial number safe and secure, and to enter it correctly when installing or activating the software.


Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0 features and benefits




Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0 offers many features and benefits that make it a powerful and versatile software for dictation and transcription purposes. Here are some of the main features and benefits of Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0:


  • It supports various formats of audio files, such as DSS, DSS Pro, WAV, WMA, MP3, and AIFF. This allows users to work with different types of audio files without compatibility issues.



  • It integrates with voice recognition software, such as Dragon NaturallySpeaking, to enable automatic transcription of dictations. This saves time and effort for users who want to convert their voice recordings into text documents.



  • It offers various features and functions to enhance the workflow and productivity of users, such as editing, sending, receiving, managing, and organizing dictation and transcription files. Users can edit their audio files with various tools, such as insert, overwrite, append, cut, copy, paste, delete, split, index mark, etc. Users can also send and receive their audio files via email or FTP. Users can also manage and organize their audio files with folders, subfolders, categories, priorities, statuses, comments, etc.



  • It has two modules: Dictation Module and Transcription Module. The Dictation Module allows users to record and edit dictations with a compatible Olympus digital voice recorder or a microphone. The Transcription Module allows users to transcribe dictations with a foot pedal, a headset, and voice recognition software. Users can switch between the two modules easily and access the same audio files from both modules.



  • It has a user-friendly interface that is easy to navigate and customize. Users can adjust the settings and preferences of the software according to their needs and preferences. Users can also use shortcuts and hotkeys to perform common tasks faster and more efficiently.



  • It has a backup and restore function that allows users to protect their data from loss or damage. Users can backup their audio files and settings to a local or external drive, and restore them in case of any problems.



These are some of the features and benefits of Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0 that make it a great software for dictation and transcription purposes. If you want to learn more about how to use Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0, keep reading this article.


How to download and install Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0




To use Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0, you need to download and install it on your computer. Here are the steps to do so:


  • Make sure you have a compatible operating system and hardware requirements for Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0. The software works with Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP. The minimum hardware requirements are: CPU: Intel Pentium III 500 MHz processor or higher; RAM: 256 MB or more; Hard disk space: 70 MB or more; Display: 800 x 600 pixels or more; Sound card: Compatible with DirectX 9.0c or higher; Internet connection: Required for activation, updates, and online services.



  • Obtain the Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0 software package from an authorized Olympus dealer or online store. The software package includes a CD-ROM with the software installer and a serial number sticker. You can also download the software installer from the Olympus website, but you still need the serial number from the package to activate the software.



  • Insert the CD-ROM into your computer's CD-ROM drive, or run the downloaded installer file from your computer's hard drive. Follow the instructions on the screen to install the software on your computer. You may need to restart your computer after the installation is complete.



  • Launch the Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0 software from your computer's Start menu or desktop shortcut. You will see a dialog box asking you to enter your serial number to activate the software. Enter your serial number exactly as it appears on the sticker or email confirmation, and click OK. You will see a message confirming that your activation is successful.



Congratulations! You have successfully downloaded and installed Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0 on your computer. You are now ready to use the software for your dictation and transcription needs.


How to activate Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0 with a serial number




As mentioned earlier, you need a serial number to activate Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0 on your computer. The serial number is a unique code that identifies your license and allows you to use the full functionality of the software. Without a valid serial number, you cannot use the software at all. Therefore, it is important to keep your serial number safe and secure, and to enter it correctly when installing or activating the software.


Where to find your serial number




You can find your serial number in one of these places:


  • On the sticker attached to the CD-ROM case or envelope that came with the software package. The sticker has a barcode and a 16-digit alphanumeric code that is your serial number.



  • On the email confirmation that you received when you purchased the software online. The email has a link to download the software installer and a 16-digit alphanumeric code that is your serial number.



  • On the Olympus website, if you registered your product online. You can log in to your account and view your product information, including your serial number.



</ How to enter your serial number




You can enter your serial number when you install or activate the software. Here are the steps to do so:


  • Launch the Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0 software from your computer's Start menu or desktop shortcut. You will see a dialog box asking you to enter your serial number to activate the software.



  • Enter your serial number exactly as it appears on the sticker, email confirmation, or Olympus website. The serial number is case-sensitive and consists of 16 alphanumeric characters. Make sure you do not confuse any letters or numbers, such as O and 0, or I and 1.



  • Click OK to confirm your serial number. You will see a message confirming that your activation is successful.



If you enter an incorrect or invalid serial number, you will see an error message telling you to check your serial number and try again. If you enter a correct but already used serial number, you will see a message telling you that your license has been exceeded and that you need to contact Olympus for assistance.


How to troubleshoot common activation issues




Sometimes, you may encounter some issues when activating the software with your serial number. Here are some of the common issues and how to fix them:


  • If you see a message saying that your serial number is invalid, make sure you entered it correctly and that it matches the one provided with the software package or online purchase. Check for any typos, missing characters, or extra spaces.



  • If you see a message saying that your internet connection is required for activation, make sure your computer is connected to the internet and that your firewall or antivirus software is not blocking the activation process. You may need to temporarily disable or allow the software through your firewall or antivirus settings.



  • If you see a message saying that your activation server is unavailable, make sure the Olympus website is accessible and that there are no network issues on your end or on Olympus's end. You may need to wait for a few minutes and try again later.



  • If you see a message saying that your license has been exceeded, make sure you have not activated the software on more than one computer with the same serial number. The software license allows you to activate the software on one computer only. If you want to use the software on another computer, you need to purchase another license or deactivate the software on the previous computer.



If none of these solutions work, you may need to contact Olympus customer support for further assistance. You can find their contact information on their website or in the user manual.


Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0 modules and functions




Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0 has two modules: Dictation Module and Transcription Module. The Dictation Module allows users to record and edit dictations with a compatible Olympus digital voice recorder or a microphone. The Transcription Module allows users to transcribe dictations with a foot pedal, a headset, and voice recognition software. Users can switch between the two modules easily and access the same audio files from both modules.


Dictation Module




The Dictation Module is designed for users who want to record and edit dictations with a compatible Olympus digital voice recorder or a microphone. Users can use various tools and functions to create high-quality audio files that can be sent and received via email or FTP, or transcribed with voice recognition software or manually.


How to record and edit dictations




To record and edit dictations with the Dictation Module, follow these steps:


  • Connect your Olympus digital voice recorder to your computer with a USB cable, or connect a microphone to your computer's audio input jack.



  • Launch the Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0 software from your computer's Start menu or desktop shortcut, and select the Dictation Module from the main window.



  • Click the New button on the toolbar to create a new dictation file, or open an existing dictation file from the folder tree on the left pane.



  • Click the Record button on the toolbar to start recording your dictation. You can use the Pause button to pause and resume recording, and the Stop button to stop recording.



  • Click the Play button on the toolbar to play back your dictation. You can use the Rewind button and the Fast Forward button to move backward and forward in your dictation, and the Skip Backward button and Skip Forward button to jump between index marks in your dictation.



  • Click the Edit button on the toolbar to enter the edit mode. You can use various tools to edit your dictation, such as insert, overwrite, append, cut, copy paste, delete, split, index mark, etc. You can also use the Undo button and the Redo button to undo and redo your edits.



  • Click the Save button on the toolbar to save your dictation file. You can also use the Save As button to save your dictation file with a different name or format.



These are the basic steps to record and edit dictations with the Dictation Module. You can also use other features and functions to enhance your dictations, such as adding comments, categories, priorities, statuses, etc.


How to send and receive dictations




To send and receive dictations with the Dictation Module, follow these steps:


  • Select the dictation file or files that you want to send or receive from the folder tree on the left pane.



  • Click the Send/Receive button on the toolbar to open the Send/Receive dialog box.



  • Select the method that you want to use to send or receive your dictation files: email or FTP. You can also select the option to automatically send or receive your dictation files when you connect your Olympus digital voice recorder to your computer.



  • Enter the required information for your email or FTP settings, such as your email address, password, server name, port number, etc. You can also use the Test button to test your connection and settings.



  • Click OK to confirm your settings and start sending or receiving your dictation files. You will see a progress bar and a message indicating the status of your operation.



These are the basic steps to send and receive dictations with the Dictation Module. You can also use other features and functions to manage your sent and received dictations, such as deleting, moving, copying, etc.


How to manage and organize dictations




To manage and organize dictations with the Dictation Module, follow these steps:


  • Select the dictation file or files that you want to manage or organize from the folder tree on the left pane.



  • Use the buttons on the toolbar or the menu options to perform various actions on your dictation files, such as deleting, moving, copying, renaming, etc.



  • Use the folders and subfolders on the left pane to sort and group your dictation files according to different criteria, such as date, author, category, priority, status, etc.



  • Use the search function on the top right corner of the main window to find specific dictation files by entering keywords or phrases in the search box. You can also use advanced search options to narrow down your search results by selecting various filters and conditions.



These are the basic steps to manage and organize dictations with the Dictation Module. You can also use other features and functions to optimize your dictations, such as backing up and restoring data, customizing settings and preferences, using shortcuts and hotkeys, etc.


Transcription Module




The Transcription Module is designed for users who want to transcribe dictations with a foot pedal a headset, and voice recognition software. Users can use various tools and functions to create high-quality text documents that can be edited, formatted, printed, or saved in different formats. Users can also manage and organize their transcription files with folders, subfolders, categories, priorities, statuses, comments, etc.


How to transcribe dictations with a foot pedal




To transcribe dictations with a foot pedal with the Transcription Module, follow these steps:


  • Connect your Olympus foot pedal to your computer's USB port, and connect your headset to your computer's audio output jack.



  • Launch the Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0 software from your computer's Start menu or desktop shortcut, and select the Transcription Module from the main window.



  • Open the dictation file that you want to transcribe from the folder tree on the left pane. You can also use the search function or the filter function to find specific dictation files.



  • Click the Play button on the toolbar to start playing the dictation file. You can use the foot pedal to control the playback of the dictation file. The foot pedal has three pedals: rewind, play, and fast forward. You can press the rewind pedal to move backward in the dictation file, press the play pedal to play or pause the dictation file, and press the fast forward pedal to move forward in the dictation file. You can also adjust the playback speed and volume with the buttons on the toolbar.



  • Type the transcription of the dictation file in the text box on the right pane. You can use various tools to edit and format your transcription, such as font, size, color, alignment, bullet points, numbering, etc. You can also use spell check and grammar check to correct any errors in your transcription.



  • Click the Save button on the toolbar to save your transcription file. You can also use the Save As button to save your transcription file with a different name or format. The software supports various formats of text files, such as DOCX, RTF, TXT, HTML, etc.



These are the basic steps to transcribe dictations with a foot pedal with the Transcription Module. You can also use other features and functions to enhance your transcriptions, such as adding comments, categories, priorities, statuses, etc.


How to use voice recognition and text correction




To use voice recognition and text correction with the Transcription Module, follow these steps:


  • Make sure you have a compatible voice recognition software installed on your computer, such as Dragon NaturallySpeaking. You also need a microphone connected to your computer's audio input jack.



  • Launch the Dss Player Standard Release 2.0.0 software from your computer's Start menu or desktop shortcut, and select the Transcription Module from the main window.



  • Open the dictation file that you want to transcribe from the folder tree on the left pane. You can also use the search function or the filter function to find specific dictation files.



  • Click the Voice Recognition button on the toolbar to start the voice recognition process. The software will launch the voice recognition software and start converting the dictation file into text in the text box on the right pane. You can see the progress and status of the voice recognition process on the bottom right corner of the main window.



  • Review and edit the transcription generated by the voice recognition software. You can use various tools to edit and format your transcription, such as font, size, color, alignment, bullet points, numbering, etc. You can also use spell check and grammar check to correct any errors in your transcription.



  • Click the Text Correction button on the toolbar to start the text correction process. The software will compare the transcription generated by the voice recognition software with the original dictation file and highlight any discrepancies or inconsistencies in color. You can see the number and percentage of discrepancies or inconsistencies on the bottom right corner of the main window.



  • Review and correct the discrepancies or inconsistencies highlighted by the text correction process. You can use various tools to correct and modify your transcription, such as insert, overwrite, delete, replace, etc. You can also use shortcuts and hotkeys to perform common tasks faster and more efficiently.



  • Click the Save button on the toolbar to save your transcription file. You can also use the Save As button to save your transcription file with a different name or format. The software supports various formats of text files, such as DOCX, RTF, TXT, HTML, etc.



These are the basic steps to use voice recognition and text correction with the Transcription Module. You can also use other features and functions to enhance your transcriptions, such as adding comments, categories, priorities, statuses, etc.


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