Rockbox mail archiveSubject: RE: Make voice script
RE: Make voice script
From: Stephen Clower <steve_at_steve-audio.net>
Date: Sun, 8 Oct 2006 16:43:25 -0500
While you could go about recreating the definition list, you might find it
1. Hit the Windows key and hit R to bring up the 'run" dialog.
2. Type "cmd" and press enter.
3. Issue a "cd" command and change to the directory in which the
For example, "cd c:\makevoices"
4. Type "cscript MakeVoices.vbs" followed by the enter key to start the
5. When the script is finished, type "exit" followed by the enter key to
At this point, you can sit back and wait for the script to execute, and
Hope this helps.
From: rockbox-bounces_at_cool.haxx.se [mailto:rockbox-bounces_at_cool.haxx.se] On
Sent: Saturday, October 07, 2006 3:34 PM
Subject: Make voice script
Before I start let me point out that I am in no way clued up with VB
MakeVoiceFile "english", "ScanSoft Lee_Full_22kHz", SPSF_22kHz16BitMono,
When I run the script i get the following box popping up several hundred
Windows Script Host
Warning - unknown Voice "ScanSoft Lee_Full_22kHz". Pronunciation may be
If I hit okay all the time eventually the new voice file is created. I see
If you test your voice file, you will most probably notice that some words
words. You may have noticed (if not building one of the voices already known
because you did not yet define a replacement table for such adjustments.
In order to create and use such a list, you need to edit two places within
replacement list definition functions are located towards the end of the
Gen_default and rename it. My observation is that all voices for one
voices can share the same function, so the suggested function name is
variable name within the function to read the same.
Now you need to connect this function to the voice. Add a line to the
to do this.
If you try to build again, you should no longer get the warning about the
list uses regular expressions, refer to the other lists how to do this.
If someone could let me know how to do this in fairly plain english I would
Also is the file size limit of 1.4 mb still the max? Or can I use a larger
thanks and keep up the great work guys rockbox is fantastic.
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