CwGet morse decoder - description from Softdepia.com:
The received symbols are displayed on the middle window. The dash-dot sequence enclosed in curly brackets means a "wrong" symbol. This usually occurs when the operator does not observe the intervals between characters, actually linking some characters into one. Increasing the threshold of the detector may help slightly. You can use CwGet as narrow-band sound DSP-filter also. So CwGet can help you to decode Morse code "by ears". The program can transfer received data to AALog HAM logger by Alexander Anipkin. CwGet transfers some hotkey hits into the CwType programs if you use it. So you don't need to switch between CwGet and CwType windows too often. CwGet interfaces with logger software and CwType via ini-file and Windows messages.
CwGet morse decoder - description from developer:
Program to decode Morse code (CW) via sound card to text. It can work as narrow-band sound DSP-filter also. No additional hardware required - your need only receiver and computer (5x86-133 or better) with sound card. Can cooperate with RZ4AG AAlog logger. It is software Morse decoder that REALLY work!
CwGet morse decoder is a "Free to try" program. You can download and try it for an evaluation period.