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 File comments for:  Driver » Audio » flite_device.lha


Description: Device API based on the Flite Speech Engine
Download: flite_device.lha
Version: 53.1
Date: 25 Jan 2013
Category: driver/audio
FileID: 7668
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Comment by: Achim Kern - KeHo Software ( 30 Jan 2013, 19:08File version: 53.1
Would be great to have a little GUI to play on workbench.
So we can see an avatar male, female, robot etc. when we change the voices. If i have a little more time may be i can do it with hollywood and the mui-royal gui.
Comment by: Lazi ( 27 Jan 2013, 09:01File version: 53.1
It seems that say is not copied by installer.
Comment by: Maximvs Payne ( 19 Dec 2010, 09:58File version: 52.4
really cool, narrator.device compatibility would be really cool. and then it has to be included into amigaos4.1.3, morphos and aros.
Comment by: anonymous ( 22 Oct 2007, 13:52File version: 52.2
Nice Work!

Well Done.
Comment by: salass00 ( 21 Oct 2007, 19:28File version: 52.1
That's something I've considered but won't do because to put it simply there's a
lot of legacy stuff associated with the "narrator.device" API. A lot
of stuff that I will not be able to support.

I'd rather make a clean new API that new programs can make use of and that can
easily be extended to support features that Flite has but narrator.device

A better idea IMHO would be to later (if possible) make a narrator.device
emulation that converts narrator.device calls into flite.device ones.

I'm currently working on extending the flite.device API to add new functionality
like setting speed/pitch of the voice as well as inputting phonemes directly (as
with narrator.device) and output to a RIFF-WAVE file. Maybe also raw PCM output
to memory if it's feasible.
Comment by: anonymous ( 20 Oct 2007, 19:45File version: 52.1
Why not make it compatible with the original narrator.device and rename it?
Comment by: Spot / Up Rough ( 20 Oct 2007, 03:51File version: 52.1
This is cool!
Comment by: Phantominterrogative ( 19 Oct 2007, 17:58File version: 52.1
Say -n -p200 Yahoooooooo!

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