2nd: Comments on the Text to Speech "algorithm"
sintsixtus at gmail.com
Fri Mar 5 20:30:46 CET 2010
William Hubbs wrote:
> I use my speech synthesizers at around 100 wpm, and some would say that
> is slow. I am not convinced that an idea like what you are talking
> about would be able to perform at high speed.
The same as in Vinux-commandline?
> Not to mention, you would
> have to record every possible word in each language you want to support,
> and if you are supporting tonal languages (languages that assign
> different meanings based on the inflections of the words as well), you
> have to take all of the possible inflections into account as well. So,
> you are talking about a very large database of recordings.
If you would ask a newsreader on commercial radio if you can cut out the
words as "donation", and use it.
You do not need a database, but a single file, with offsetts, then you can
mp3OrOggEtcPlay( seekfileposition [word] , length )
which is fast ???
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