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Hello,

I propose a new text-to-peech module on N900, which I think is good.

I recompiled the svox packages of the Debian distribution: https://packages.debian.org/source/squeeze/svox

having failed to send the packet on maemo Garage: https://garage.maemo.org/projects/svox/

I put the .deb (Compatible Thumb) on https://openrepos.net.


Installed the packages in the following order:



1 - https://openrepos.net/content/mickaelh/libttspico-data

2 - https://openrepos.net/content/mickaelh/libttspico0

3 - https://openrepos.net/content/mickaelh/libttspico-utils

4 - https://openrepos.net/content/mickaelh/libttspico-dev


In the terminal, do :

Code:
$ Pico2wave -l -w test.wav en-US \"Hello world !! \"
I also created a script to translate text into voice so ilimité, the only constraint is the disk space .
and it's very easy to use, you have just to :
- On a text file
- Or text copied to the clipboard directly

how to use my script:


- Uploaded my script on https://github.com/GwadaLUG/pico-read-speaker

- Unzip it into a directory of your choice.

- Select your text or ctrl-a on a web page and then ctrl-c to copy.

- In the terminal:
Code:
$ ./text2wav.py
It creates the following files articleX.wav good listener.


PS: notice to the developer, the SVOX honest packages SDK lingware we can go much further.
Improving translations of votes. Enabled support for multiple voices, etc.
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Last edited by pirateman; 2015-03-10 at 21:20.
 

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