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 n.— «Script Capture supplements this with a re-speak system—using recognition trained to the re-speaker’s voice—to produce transcripts for programmes for which none exists.» —“Speech Recognition in Assited and Live Subtitling for Television” by M.J. Evans BBC (U.K.) July, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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