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Subject: Re: changes to voice files
Re: changes to voice files
The makevoices script lets you use your own SAPI speech engines. If you
mean manually recording your own voice, you just take the english.lang
file and record a wav file for each lang_xxx, where xxx is the ID. You
can grab the english.lang file from CVS or a source package. You then
assemble the wavs using the voicefont tool on the VoiceFiles page,
although it still takes a lang file in the old format. You will need the
converted lang file to manage that; I gave a URL in previous email.
Glenn at home wrote:
> No, I know all about the voice script.
> I was talking about a script to generate a Lang file, for each player.
> That way we could all use our own speech engine.
> I want to make one, but nobody here has responded to my enquiries on getting
> a list of menu words.
> I think I need to generate a bunch of Wavs, and trim them, and put them into
> a single file.
> I need a list and some instructions.
> But it would be nice if someone would make a script for this, if it is
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "James Teh" <email@example.com>
> To: "Glenn at home" <GlennErvin@cableone.net>; "Rockbox"
> Sent: Tuesday, June 13, 2006 9:53 PM
> Subject: Re: changes to voice files
> Err, you want a voice file, not a lang file, and there is. It's called
> makevoices.vbs and is on the VoiceFiles wiki page. You need a lang file
> converted with genlang, though. You can grab a converted lang file at:
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Received on Wed Jun 14 05:44:58 2006
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