Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: German Voice File
Re: German Voice File
From: Arnaud <xcopy_at_club-internet.fr>
Date: Tue, 20 Jun 2006 17:49:34 +0200
this could be because you forgot to convert the deutsch.lang file from UTF8 back to Ansi.
so in this case, accented characters are replaced with some kind of strange punctuations etc.
I use EditPad Lite to convert the file from UTF8 to Ansi.
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On 20/06/2006 at 17:23 James Teh wrote:
>I just built another German voice file with Eloquence at 250 wpm.
>However, I notice that some of the words, such as the Deutsch for
>"battery capacity", are being spelt out. I think you pointed out some
>problems with the previous language file before; this is probably the
>same issue. It seems that despite the German speech engine, some of the
>characters are not being spoken correctly.
>I have nevertheless uploaded it:
>I think I might pull down the voice file I previously built, as this is
>not particularly nice. Please also note that this slower voice file is
>too big to fit in memory on an Archos unit.
>You might also try a voice file built by someone else with a different
>Gerhard Jaworek wrote:
>> Dear Rockers,
>> Does anione of you have a actual german voice file?
>> I use a file which a very friendly and kind list member gave to me. I am
>> very happy with it and it is enough for me, but last weekend I helped a
>> blind person to make its Iaudio speeky. The file speeks to fast for this
>> person because she speeaks germen not so well and she is not the
>> I will be very happy if someone of you could help me with a little slower
>> Germen Voice File.
>> Best Regards
>MSN Messenger: jamie_at_jantrid.net
Received on 2006-06-20