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Why can’t I test transcriptions if I have an STT model configured?

Where can I click to train the custom vocabulary?

After adding a new phrase or editing an existing one, a message displays indicating there is a validation error. What should I do?

 

Why can’t I test transcriptions if I have an STT model configured?

Before testing the transcription with custom vocabulary, firstly, you need to add at least one custom phrase. Even with added phrases, if your STT model is configured for batch transcriptions, live testing with your own voice won’t work as this feature is supported only in streaming mode. 

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Note also that while the STT model is training (after a new phrase is added or a phrase is edited) the option to test transcriptions becomes temporarily unavailable.

 

Where can I click to train the custom vocabulary?

Custom vocabulary is trained automatically after each insert of a new phrase.

 

After adding a new phrase or editing an existing one, a message displays indicating there is a validation error. What should I do?

Start by identifying which phrase contains the error.

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The number of the line that contains the error can be found in the error message [1]. In the example here shown, the error is on line 15.

Go to the corresponding page of the error [2]. Each page contains ten phrases. For example, if the error is on line 15, you need to go to page two to find it.

Please note that the title of the table (where the phrases are listed) counts as line number one [3]. Considering this and the particular example here shown, the line where the first phrase is listed on page 2 is line number 11. Now it is simple to identify line 15, where the error (two hyphens in a sequence in “Sounds like”) is.

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Most errors are space characters or some characters outside the allowed character set. Follow the validation error and correct the phrase. Common mistakes include:

  • Space between words in “Phrase” or “Sounds like”.
  • Two hyphens in a sequence in “Phrase” or “Sounds like”.
  • Using numbers as digits in “Sounds like”.
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