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    Voice recognition auto typer

    What ever happened to these things? I remember them being around about 5 years ago and working good. Good enough for my purposes anyways. I want to use one for chatandrive or txt'n'drive or even takeanote*****anddrive. I would imagine that since I know the stuff exists and its not on p2p servers, then its freeware or it no longer exists. Anyone got a clue/link/torrent they can share with me?

    It seems like it would be a very, very extensive project for any of our talented programmers here to undergo so don't think of this as a request, just wondering what happened to the existing technology. Sounds to me like this nifty little program would be pretty useful to us peoples.

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    Haha, you won't get any close recognition at all with all the road noise..

    Dragon Naturally Speaking is the best voice to text program, if you want to search on that. NaviVoice works good for specific in car commands (pause music, volume up, etc), but it's not a voice to text program like you're requesting..

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    I can deal with road noise, its the music I'm worried about :s

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    Um, are all you looking for is Dictation? in general? Because when you download the *free* Microsoft Speech SDK, one of the sample applications is a dictation program - because it's actually quite trival, thanks to the great Speech API from this library.

    Dragon Naturally Speaking and others are probably improvments on this engine, as well as their own command interface and such. M$ Office also comes with the same engine as their SDK (well a higher version number, so maybe better?) which you can have dictation there too built in. Want to describe your usage scenarios a bit more?

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    Yeah, Office 2003 has speech, you just have to turn it on.
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    cool speech 5.1 has it? you just saved me some hard drive space. I want to use it for AIM, Gtalk and txt msges so hopefully that wont be to hard.

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    Well, you still need some component that will interact with the application (AIM or whatever in your case) and the Speech Library. This can be in the form of a plugin for the application, or an external program that sends menu/text commands to it (like NaviVoice).

    I do have to make fun of you for wanting voice dictation for text messaging softaware in your car... have you thought of using an invention called a "cell phone"?

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    Yes but I want the cell phone integrated with the carputer, and i want hands free txt msging. Leave me be.... fatty

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