Fernando Toledo wrote:
Pear Note is an interesting tool, yes, but it requires me to type notes. In other words, I have to use my hands for typing.
What I would like to be able to do is not use my keyboard at all, except for taking screenshots or perhaps for typing things during the normal course of the activity (but not type notes... that's what my voice is for). Or another scenario is if you are in an office with more than one computer or perhaps printouts (story boards etc) and you just talk (and make the recording) and at some point in time take out your smart phone and take pictures or a video of something, e.g. while someone points a finger at something while you say something about it, which you will later transcribe if you want.
Also Pear Note doesn't have a visual time line -- it shows a playback bar but it doesn't show the waveforms, so you can't see where there is sound and where there is silence.