These tutorials will give a basic overview of the Audio Project Manager.
The simplest way to experience Audio Project Manager is to give it a try.
If you will be working on a collaborative transcription project, you’ll want to setup a team.
Whether you are working on transcription on your own or with others, you’ll want to setup a project. The Try It! item shows how to setup simply with an audio file but if you have multiple audio files that are transcribing different passages, you’ll want to setup a project.
Offline use is for users who are working alone (without other team members). It does not require any connection to the Internet. It also does not back up the audio files or transcriptions on line. Work can be done off line as described here.
Occasionally-Connected Team use is intended for locations where the Internet is not available or is expensive to use. Audio Project Manager sets up the project on line but once it is setup, it can be used off line. This use is described here