Speech Packages available for Java API
By: Emiley J in Java Tutorials on 2010-07-31
Here are some speech packages available for the Java API along with their links:
- FreeTTS - A speech synthesis system written entirely in the Java programming language. It is based upon Flite: a small run-time speech synthesis engine developed at Carnegie Mellon University.
- MaryTTS - An open-source, multilingual text-to-speech synthesis system written in pure Java.
- Sphinx4 - A pure Java speech recognition framework that supports the recognition of both, continuous and isolated speech.
- Google Cloud Text-to-Speech API - A cloud-based API that enables developers to synthesize natural-sounding speech with more than 100 voices in multiple languages and variants.
- Amazon Polly - A cloud-based service that provides text-to-speech capabilities, including dozens of lifelike voices and support for multiple languages.
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