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Old 08-14-2011, 06:10 AM   #1
jokar.mohsen
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Thumbs down Change Speech Person.


Hello.
I use debian 6 and want change my speech person.i use some TTS like Festival and Espeak.i want change gnome default speech person.what should i do? i download some person from below address and install they but how use they?

http://cepstral.com/downloads/

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Old 08-14-2011, 12:33 PM   #2
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On the downloads page, click on the FAQ, then read it:
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How do I install voices?

Simply extract the gzipped tarball you downloaded, and run the "install.sh" script (as sudo or root). It will walk you through the installation process automatically.


How do I uninstall voices?

By default, Cepstral voices are installed to "/opt/swift/voices/[Voice Name]". To remove an individual voice, simply delete that voice name directory in "/opt/swift/voices/" (for example, "/opt/swift/voices/David"). To remove all Cepstral software & voices, simply remove the "/opt/swift" directory.

Do Cepstral voices work with Festival?

We have developed a Perl script which will create a directory called "cepstral_swift" in the current working directory for each voice directory named as an argument. When placed inside Festival's voices/ directory allows access to Cepstral Swift voices from within festival. You can download the script on this page.
 
  


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