Turn your Android device into a powerful Text-To- Speech server , using the many powerful voices and TTS engines for Android.
Through the windows client , you can:
- Record and listen to a text
- Save the audio files derived from text
- Create audio files massively
- Import a CSV file with text , file name, language to allow the massive conversion
- Export a CSV file to save the job done
- Through a SSH connection on a linux server to export the audio file
- Run a conversion script on linux server
for alaw format
sox /tmp/[FILE].wav -r 8000 /tmp/[FILE].al resample -ql;mv /tmp/[FILE].al /var/lib/asterisk/sounds/it/[FILE].alaw
or for gsm format
sox /tmp/[FILE].wav -r 8000 /tmp/[FILE].gsm resample -ql;mv /tmp/[FILE].gsm /var/lib/asterisk/sounds/it/[FILE].gsm
Download the windows client from http://www.zuccoli.com/App/AndroTTS
Particularly suitable for IVR telephone servers .
AndroTTS server is a free Text To Speech for Asterisk .
you can download the source for the asterisk to the -fly conversion of audio messages and run the script like this:
exten = > 9632.1 , NoOp ( " AndroTTS " )
exten = > 9632 , n , Answer
exten = > 9632 , n, AndroTTS (This and the ' asterisk supported by the app engine , IT, 172.16.9.135,3383 )
Download the source code from http://www.zuccoli.com/AndroTTS
is possible to build applications that exploit AndroTTS in any language , the programming is simple .
Open a socket on ip and port programmed AndroTTS , send the text (if you want to set the language to send a TAB followed by the language eg EN) and the sending end with ' \ n ' .
On arriving Socket 8 bytes with the length of the audio file followed by audio files in wav format .
For those who need it I can provide many examples of code.