Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Make voice script
Re: Make voice script
From: Glenn at home <GlennErvin_at_cableone.net>
Date: Sun, 8 Oct 2006 16:44:42 -0500
I wonder if it is a matter of setting it to 32 bit from the 16 bit in the settings.
Before I start let me point out that I am in no way clued up with VB scripting but I went ahead and tried to create a new voice file using an Australian English TTS I have on my system that is scansoft lee. I have managed to do this to a certain extent following instructions found on the rockbox wiki. I manage to insert the following line into the script to tell it to use scansoft lee
MakeVoiceFile "english", "ScanSoft Lee_Full_22kHz", SPSF_22kHz16BitMono, 170, "-V 6 -B 64 --resample 12 --scale 0.6 --vbr-new -t -S"
When I run the script i get the following box popping up several hundred times
Windows Script Host
If I hit okay all the time eventually the new voice file is created. I see on the wiki page that there is info showing how to fix this problem but due to my lack of knowledge of the subject matter I am not quite sure what it is I need to do to stop this problem coming up. The wiki has the following to say
If you test your voice file, you will most probably notice that some words are pronounced wrong. There is a mechanism provided in the script to adjust these
In order to create and use such a list, you need to edit two places within the script. First, add a function that creates such a list for your voice. The
Now you need to connect this function to the voice. Add a line to the InitReplaceLists subroutine. Refer to the lines that are already there to see how
If you try to build again, you should no longer get the warning about the voice being unknown. You can now add entries to the replacement list. The replacement
If someone could let me know how to do this in fairly plain english I would really appreciate it as my current means of creating the voice file is rather cumbersome with lots of pressing of the okay button.
Also is the file size limit of 1.4 mb still the max? Or can I use a larger file size than this I am using a Nano if that makes any difference.
thanks and keep up the great work guys rockbox is fantastic.
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