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    Default ASR and TTS tool

    Anybody know how to extract voice from ASR and TTS and change with different?
    I search for the way how to extract and record my own sounds in different language and add back.
    A lot of country dont have ASR and TTS and i like to try to create for this country.
    I ask Garmin 100x but no responce on this problem.

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    For TTS there is turboccc's TTSVoiceEditor

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    With TTS voice editor you can export txt but you cant export voice

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    Yes with TTS Voice Editor you can only change the text, not the voice itself. I once tried both french and spanish voices with english text and both the results were totally incomprehensible. You need to have the 'voice engine' which matches the language for it to work, or at least have a very closely related language. For instance, perhaps spanish voice with portuguese text might be understandable although probably extremely annoying to a native portuguese speaker.
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    I aslo find this problem if you only change text and for this reason i try to find tool to export voice file and replace it with custom voice and import back.

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    Garmin uses the services of Nuance Communications, Inc (former Scansoft)

    http://www.nuance.com/

    Sorry, I do not know what kind of tool is used to compile...
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    I found tool for ASR but cant find for TTS on Nuance site.
    Do you know what tool they use for create TTS?

    This is for ASR:

    http://www.nuance.com/for-business/by-solution/customer-service-solutions/solutions-services/inbound-solutions/self-service-automation/recognizer/index.htm

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    I found without problem:

    http://www.nuance.com/for-business/by-solution/customer-service-solutions/solutions-services/inbound-solutions/self-service-automation/vocalizer/index.htm

    There are even link to list of new small TTS voice for Garmin (Nuvi30,40,50 and other) on this page:
    [hide]http://www.nuance.com/ucmprod/groups/enterprise/@web-enus/documents/collateral/nc_024317.pdf[/hide]

    Old TTS version was compiled with another soft from Scansoft. But Nuance is former Scansoft!
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    I cant find it for download,but i find Dragon for download
    If i find vocalizer i will try to create TTS voice for nuvi

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    I am also interested in this topic. Waitning for your comments and experience Loly! BTW isn't Nuance only a developer? I mean the vpm format is garmins' proprietary format so should be and the compiler which is making it. The source is from Nuance but the software is garminzzz.
    Last edited by ddabcd277; 9th November 2012 at 12:46.

 

 
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