cepstral and JSAPI compliance

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cepstral and JSAPI compliance

Postby hunter110783 » Sun Feb 11, 2007 5:31 pm

Hi everyone,
I am a new user of cepstrall tts engine. We are developing an application in java and we are planning to use JNI wrappers to communicate with cepstral. I was wondering if any of you knew if Cepstral is compliant to JSAPI (Java speech api) standards.
I would really appreciate if anyone of you could throw some light on this.

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Postby Greg » Mon Feb 12, 2007 9:47 pm


The XML interface to the Cepstral product is SSML.
As with JSAPI (gotta LOVE Java) :D there is an easy way to make a SSML/JSAPI bridge.

I personally have been successful with getting the SSML DTD, then using Apache XML beans for SSML stream marshalling to JSAPI class methods and back.

It works great!

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Postby MultiPort » Sun Mar 11, 2007 2:17 pm

The good people at Stony Brook University have been working on a JSAPI / JNI interface for their HearSay browser reader. (www.cs.sunysb.edu/~hearsay )

We'll post back with news about this effort and possible availability.

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