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06-11-2015, 03:00 AM
I'm using ES, and I do understand how to copy & insert the timestamp into my document.

But when you're going along, do you just have to keep looking at the time on the audio to know when to put the timestamp in? Or is there a way to make the audio pause, or beep or something, at every interval that you need to timestamp it? Does that make sense? Or do you go back through at the end and put them all in?

I'm a little confused - I feel like there has to be an easier way.

06-12-2015, 05:35 AM
Hope this helps. I've pasted 2 links which explain how to do that. The second link is kind of more detailed (video included) and is accurate. I use the same technique.

Express Scribe Transcription Software - How do I timestamp part of the file? (http://www.nch.com.au/scribe/kb/1225.html)

Transcription Time Stamping Using Express Scribe (http://www.general-transcription-business-handbook.com/transcription-time-stamping-video.html)

Good luck and happy time stamping!!!

Cheers :)


06-14-2015, 01:05 PM
Thanks Jim. I appreciate your response. :)