Speech Synthesis Package

David Csercsics david at really.isa-geek.net
Thu Dec 9 14:16:21 PST 2004


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David Csercsics wrote:
> > As far as I know gnopernicus isn't usable yet but I could
> > be wrong. 
> 
> As best as I could tell, Gnopernicus works super. Spoke menu items,
> screen displays and such. I didn't do a lot of testing, but from the
> limited amount of time I had it turned on, it would allow someone to
> navigate GNOME easily, even without vision. Everything was spoken
> that I could tell.
> 
> Additionally, it has nice controls to manipulate the voices, speed
> and sound quality.

Oh well that's cool then maybe it  is worth the trouble. Now I just need
to figure out how to build freetts and the java stuff and I'll give that
a hack because i'm sure that it is better than flite or festival.
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