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The order will be emailed into Mp4 format. The page and the audio voice in one.
9php for 2 pages. Send to me the pages in jpg format you wanted to transcribed.

I use zoomh1 professional audio microphone.

Sample audio:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oC-ZdMgM3vU
"The Communist Manifesto Audiobook by Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx 360p"

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199php for 2 pages. Send to me the pages in jpg format you wanted to transcribed.

I use zoomh1 professional audio microphone.

Sample audio:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oC-ZdMgM3vU
"The Communist Manifesto Audiobook by Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx 360p"19

Talking Books are audiobook produced for print-disabled readers by the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS), a division of the Library of Congress.

Unlike commercial audiobooks one might download from vendors such as Audible.com, Talking Books can only be played on special equipment that the NLS provides free to qualified borrowers.

Talking Books are designed for persons unable to read standard print due to a physical or cognitive impairment.


The program was originally launched to help blind people, but has long been a vital reading resource for people with learning disabilities such as dyslexia and for those who lack the motor skills or dexterity to hold a printed book.

HOW DID THE NLS TALKING BOOK PROGRAM START?
In 1931, President Hoover signed the Pratt-Smoot Act, giving the Library of Congress $100,000 to emboss braille books for blind adults. The program quickly expanded to include books recorded onto vinyl records - the first Talking Books. The books were later recorded on reel-to-reel and cassette tapes and flexible vinyl disks. Today, Talking Books are produced on small, digital cartridges. The cartridges can also be used to transfer downloaded books from a computer to the special player.

WHY DO TALKING BOOKS REQUIRE A SPECIAL PLAYER?
The special players protect an author's copyright by restricting this free book access to those with disabilities and preventing duplication.

To accomplish this, Talking Book disks were recorded at slower speeds (8 rpm) unavailable on standard turntables; cassettes were recorded on four tracks at faster speeds; the new digital books are encrypted.

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