Redirecting the spoken voice output into a audio file

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Redirecting the spoken voice output into a audio file

Postby ray » Tue Jul 17, 2007 11:26 am

This is a critical need for our product which we are basing on Cepstral. I am working in Java and planning on sending a SSML file into Cepstral to have to say something. But I need to have that spoken sound go to a audio file and not just my headphone jack.. Can this be done and how is this done?
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Postby Alex » Fri Jul 27, 2007 9:48 am

You can do this with the -o flag in command-line swift, like in these couple examples:
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swift -o  wavename.wav    'Text to say here'
swift -o /home/alex/wavename.wav   -f  textfile.txt 

For more flags like this, you can enter:
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swift --help

And for even more fun, but complicated options (for use with the -p flag):
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swift --params 


Enjoy!
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