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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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During the development of the content for the refresher course, material was reviewed by a National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS) literary certified braille transcriber who was also a certified teacher of students with visual impairments; however, even with this person's input, there were still minor errors within the course content.
According to Mudd, APH has hired three former offenders as full-time braille transcribers and has been very pleased with their work.
For his part, he says he cannot reveal the size of the underlying archive the transcribers had access to because it would endanger their safety.
Some transcribers now transfer this digital data onto CD-ROMs.
For example, transcribers often dropped fees, although recording them was a main purpose of keeping such a book in the first place.
Additionally, optional software packages such as Boomerang Transcribe allow PCs to function as transcribers, giving users the ability to access, manage and playback voice files with headset and foot pedal controls.
The historian David William Cohen has observed that a well-intentioned passion for discovering indigenous "voices" - voices which have all too frequently been silenced or ignored in the production of global culture - can provoke a disingenuous equation of local "voice" with "authenticity," ignoring ways in which storytellers, translators, transcribers, editors, even audiences, shape their tales for a reason.
Corrections are almost always necessary because most transcribers do not realize that there are different types of transcripts, and therefore, they produce transcripts that do not meet the stringent accuracy requirements of law enforcement.(7)
Unfortunately, he was just an impersonator of Duterte but Palace transcribers were initially convinced it was Duterte and sent a transcript of the radio interview to the media, attributing it to the President.
Malacanang transcribers have apologized for wrongfully attributing a radio interview with an impersonator of President Duterte to the country's Chief Executive.
Hundreds of teachers and transcribers have taken part in training through national organizations such as the Hadley School for the Blind and the National Braille Association, through workshops sponsored by their own state departments of education or state chapters of the Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired (AER) or under the auspices of other national and state-wide entities such as schools for the blind or their outreach departments.