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    V oice All Nuance TTS Pro Voice Pack

    Originally created by Zervdim and kept alive by Catymag, here are the links for Nuance V8 TTS Pro for WinCE.
    Also the original Nuance TTS Pro for North America (English(US,AU,UK),French,Spanish) is in post #18 [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
    If you're looking for android, it's [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

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    Default Voice grammar

    When giving instructions regarding "A" roads my iGO voice pronounces the "A" as "eye"

    Also the word "recalculating" is pronounced "recalsulating"

    Loquendo speech engine and Daniel Nuance TTS voice currently in use.



    Edit: Forgot to mention I am using Android. Maybe this post has been moved to wrong section but no worries.

    Problem sorted. I was using an outdated voice engine namely Loquendo.
    Updated to latest VocalizerEx. Everything fine now.
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    Voice-Nuance update (WinCE)

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    WIN CE TTS voice edit

    Can someone make a tutorial about editing a TTS voice engine ??
    I've only get to edit the TTS voice that is in the content.
    Here I can give a little tutorial:
    - TTS zip file should be opened with Windows (works both Win7 and Win 10), not with WinRAR, or something else
    - then info.ini, dictionary.voice, voice.lua, etc. you can edit them with Notpad. But first you have to copy them in other folder ... a working folder, and edit there
    - at the end, you copy the files back in the original folders of TTS and is done ! First I advise you to delete the old file in TTS, not to override them.

    In this way my TTS voice speeks with me how I want and it's more fun. I simply reformulate the phrases. I used Zervdim v8 - Ermioni. It seems that I was unable to change the TTS zip voice filename. The name of Ermioni I changed it in info.ini.

    But, further more I cannot edit in the same way the TTS engine. I think we need a kind of a software for the files in tts_nua_v5 folder.
    And here I need some help, with making and editing synthetic voice.

    After that I'm very glad to upload my all work.

    So, here is Zervdim Ermioni TTS (RO) ... rephrased by me ... for now. << Are un aer mult mai romanesc si prietenesc >>


    Spoiler: Ermioni TTS

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    translate
    cheerio
    I was wiped out big problems with TTS link, use primo2.2, you have other voices, I just intereseza Romanian
    thanks

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    WIN CE Win CE Romanian TTS


    I rebranded again the RO TTS voice ... in previous post #4. It's a 1st person speaking, as your girlfriend is your guide.
    Now I used Liana TTS Pro voice (witch seems is the same that Zervdim used ... but now is Pro Edition) and I made some remakes on info and dictionary files.
    Also, the "tts_nua_v5" folder uses the TTS Pro engine and not the initial one.
    ... it's for sure on web an TTS Pro Plus edition, that I will get and try to understand it ... and will share with you, of course ...

    You have to know that I don't use any sys.txt file on my Primo 2.4 ... and I only changed the data file to work as I need it. So, it is possible that some phrases will be spoken in a weird language - the speed cameras, for ex.

    Spoiler: Liana TTS Pro DA

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    Please go further ... thanks not needed
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    WIN CE Win CE Romanian TTS

    The synthetic engine TTS Pro Plus edition for Romanian language is "Ioana_dri80_1175mrf22_1175_02". It sounds very native and not like grandma speaking ... but I cannot integrate yet in Win CE. You can only use in Android, with Vocalizer.

    I, please beg you again, to publish a tutorial on how to work with synthetic voice files on "tts_nua_v5" folder.

    Go further !!

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    will Bulgarian menu and voice thanks

 

 

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