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Subject: Re: voice labelling folders

Re: voice labelling folders

From: ScottLearned <SLearned_at_cox.net>
Date: 2006-05-27

Hi Brian,
you can change the speed and volume of the voice clips by editing the
voiceUtils.vbs script.
Also, if you have supported files selected and you don't want to hear
Rockbox.iriver spelled out, you can add .iriver to the extension list.

For an example, with my iPod it is like this:
        (extension = "ipod") or _

Then you can run the script over it to create your .talk file.

Scott
----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian Hartgen" <brian@hartgen.org>
To: "Rockbox" <rockbox@cool.haxx.se>
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2006 11:27 PM
Subject: Re: voice labelling folders

Hi

To those who have been asking, varying the speed of speech from the control
panel does not alter the script. However now that I have NeoSpeech working
it is extremely clear and definitely worth having.

Brian Hartgen

MSN: brian@hartgen.org
SKYPE: brianhartgen
SKYPE IN UK: 0208-133-7186
SKYPE IN US: 213-985-3581
----- Original Message -----
From: "Aman Singer" <aman@asinger.net>
To: "'Rockbox'" <rockbox@cool.haxx.se>
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2006 5:18 PM
Subject: RE: voice labelling folders

> Hi, Brian.
> The simplest way I've found is to use the HTA file included in the
> script zip file. Uncompress the zip file, launch
> voiceBox.hta
> and tab around. You'll first find some links, one to the lame
> encoder which you should have downloaded already as per the instructions,
> one to the rockbox site, and so on. You should, after a few tabs, get to a
> bunch of checkboxes. Voice folders, voice files, and so on. After having
> set
> these to your liking, you can continue tabbing and eventually get to an
> edit
> box where you can enter the path to your iriver, or, if you only want the
> contents of a certain directory voiced, the path to that particular
> directory. You can, instead of entering the path here, tab once to the
> browse button and browse to your iriver or the folder on your iriver. Once
> you have the info in the box, whether through the path or through the
> browse
> button, tab to "run voicebox" and hit enter. That should do it. There are
> no
> progress indications, but there is an indication when the thing finishes
> and
> a voicebox.log file is created in the directory the .hta file is in, so
> you
> can monitor through that if you're so inclined.
> HTH.
> Aman
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: rockbox-bounces@cool.haxx.se [mailto:rockbox-bounces@cool.haxx.se]
> On
> Behalf Of Brian Hartgen
> Sent: Friday, May 26, 2006 11:44 AM
> To: Rockbox
> Subject: voice labelling folders
>
> Hi
>
> I would really like to make it possible to use the script available to get
> the folder names to speak on my iRiver using Rockbox.
>
> I have been manually recording myself the names of albums and saving as an
> MP3 file with the name _dirname.talk. However with so many albums on my
> iRiver now I would really like to use the script to generate the files.
>
> I am visually impaired and have read the instructions relating to dragging
> and dropping items "onto the script" which to be honest did not make any
> sense to me I am afraid and I thought I was quite good at using computer
> technology (smile)! No disrespect intended but I just did not understand
> it.
>
> If there are any visually impaired people who have done this and who would
> be willing to write to me and let me know what the simpplest way is of
> getting my folders labelled in this way using text to speech, that would
> be
> great.
>
> Thank you very much.
>
> Brian Hartgen
>
> MSN: brian@hartgen.org
> SKYPE: brianhartgen
> SKYPE IN UK: 0208-133-7186
> SKYPE IN US: 213-985-3581
>
>
>

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