This purpose of this thesis is to analyze voice-activated recording artifacts, using a playback audio created in Adobe Audition. To show how an automated voice recorder with standby mode treats the silence of a recording. This thesis focuses on the WAV PCM format. The WS-550M, WS-560M, and the DM-520 recorders did not have the option to create a WAV PCM file, therefore the WS-550M and the 560M created MP3 files and the DM-520 created a WMA file. Each of the recorders have automated standby mode. The recorders were set to create a WAV PCM that was a 16-bit stereo file at 44kHz. The following is a list of the devices that will be used in this study. Olympus DM-520, Olympus DM-620, Olympus WS-550M, Olympus WS-560M, Olympus WS-700M, Olympus WS-700M, Olympus WS-750M, Olympus WS-760M, Olympus WS-802, Olympus WS-822, Olympus WS-823, Philips Voice Tracer.
|Commitee:||Burgess, Scott, Smith, Jeff|
|School:||University of Colorado at Denver|
|School Location:||United States -- Colorado|
|Source:||MAI 57/01M(E), Masters Abstracts International|
|Subjects:||Information Technology, Multimedia Communications|
|Keywords:||Artifacts, Recording, Standby mode, Voice-activated|
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