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Re: festival 1.95 anyone?



On Thu, 2005-01-06 at 10:25, Matthew Miller wrote:
> FreeTTS and Sphinx4 are both Java, so they're out.
Yes but I thought FC4 might have Java built-in .
http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2004-November/msg00352.html has Thomas Fitzsimmons <fitzsim redhat com> say that ecj, gij, and Java-Gnome binding are planned to be included.

I don't know java myself, but many good things seem to be available in
it. I usually stick to c, c++, perl, and python. I think I'd need either
groovy or java1.5 features to make some things with java easier to
swallow before I look into it some more.

> And it actually looks like FreeTTS is derived from "Flite", which is
> "festival-light".
Yes I seemed to recall that freetts had festival roots, Thats why I was
wondering how much they compare. I've used neither actually; It's
interesting, but I've been to busy.

> Hmmm. Flite may actually be what I want. 
Yes flite might be what you want. I haven't evaluated any of them
myself. I do seem to recall that for making new voices that freetts
needed some other software or something. It's been a few months since I
read through their web-pages. I also don't know what the availability of
other voices is. So I couldn't help Patricio find a Spanish voice.

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