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@James Mills: Glad you like it. Yes, the CLI works as well, but the point is that if you put the text-to-speech functionality in a library, as the author of pyttsx has done (instead of only as a CLI executable), you can include that functionality as part of your own programs (without having to shell out to the executable, which is inefficient, as it has the overhead of creating another process each time you want your program to "speak").
How can we use speech synthesis in Python
The pyttsx library is a cross-platform wrapper that supports the native text-to-speech libraries of Windows and Linux at least, using SAPI5 on Windows and eSpeak on Linux.
For convenience, all the official distributions of SpeechRecognition already include a copy of the necessary copyright notices and licenses. In your project, you can simply say that licensing information for SpeechRecognition can be found within the SpeechRecognition README, and make sure SpeechRecognition is visible to users if they wish to see it.
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I'll go out on a limb here and suggest that Speech Recognition and Analysis is something better done by an auxilliary package outside of Python, rather than in Python itself.
Python HTTP CLI - Speech Recognition and Synthesis via HTTP services
I'll go out on a limb here and suggest that
Speech Recognition and Analysis is something better done by an auxilliary
package outside of Python, rather than in Python itself.
ViaVoice is presently FREE on Linux, downloadable from IBM's web pages.
SpeechRecognition 3.8.1 : Python Package Index
I have a Linux OS as well but I am
not at all proficient with the file management on this so I don't really
want to get into learning that interface just yet.
If there is not a simple solution to this would there be a group of people
around who would be interested in porting the Festival speech synthesis
engine to the Windows OS and then writing the wrappers(is that the right
term?) to be able to call it from Python.
t = ("Our 2 main weapons are...", "fear", "surpise", "and a fiendish
devotion to the Pope!", "Oh Damn.")
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