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transcribe

[tranz′krīb]
(computer science)
To copy, with or without translating, from one external computer storage medium to another.
(electronics)
To record, as to record a radio program by means of electric transcriptions or magnetic tape for future rebroadcasting.
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transcribe

To copy data from one medium to another; for example, from one source document to another, or from a source document to the computer. It often implies a change of format or codes.
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Students were given five weeks in which to complete and submit their transcribed data.
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Choi said the transcribed documents show that Shin died of liver cirrhosis in November 2008.
Nuance's Voicemail-to-Text service transcribes incoming voicemails into SMS text messages and each transcribed message includes a one-click link for responding by return phone call or with an SMS text.
This shortage may lead to students receiving late or improperly transcribed braille materials because not enough competent transcribers are available to produce the materials in a timely fashion.
By integrating Nuance's voice-to-text services, voice messages are transcribed into text and then delivered to PCs and mobile phones via email or text message.
Bach, transcribed for brass quintet by Michael Stewart.
The experiment group transcribed the English utterances on a practice TOEIC tape into phonological writing in Korean and then later transposed the Korean writing into English words.
Annotated audio data can be dually transcribed into text, streamlining the efficiency for information distribution.
Transcribed from original editions by Craig Stevens, the Santorella series 'Beethoven's Greatest Sonatas' is comprised of six simply outstanding volumes each of which focuses upon a particular sonata by Beethoven, who is universally acknowledged as one of the finest composers in the history of western music.
The Noel Butlin Archives Centre at ANU, which holds the AA Company's papers, has transcribed and edited this volume.
Author Alan Fraser Houston offers far more than just an assembly of transcribed writings; his narration places each letter or entry in explicitly detailed context of both historical events and personal happenings in Smith's life.