Depends on what you mean by "time-stamped".  If you want to basically do 
your own "Docsoft-style" thing, you got me.  If you want to transcribe 
with a system that will allow you to manually add accurate time codes 
into the text, we've been using Start-Stop.  Express Scribe might do 
this as well, but our transcriptionist greatly prefers Start Stop to 
Express Scribe.  Still, I get the impression that you're trying to do 
something else here.

The Docsoft system seems interesting, but looks expensive and 
proprietary--all the same, I hadn't encountered it before so I 
appreciate the reference.

Have you posted this to the OHA oral history list?


Markus Wust wrote:
> <div class="moz-text-flowed" style="font-family: -moz-fixed">Dear list 
> members,
> I am looking into using transcription or close captioning software 
> (e.g., Docsoft) to create time-stamped transcripts of oral history 
> recordings. Are you, or do you know someone who is using such an 
> application for this purpose? If so, what has been your experience?
> Thank you,
> Markus Wust
> Digital Collections and Preservation Librarian
> North Carolina State University
> </div>

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