Taranis updated voice pack

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Re: Taranis updated voice pack

Post by HC1969 » Fri May 16, 2014 5:08 am

Rob Thomson wrote:I have some slightly different voices for you guys.

http://openrcforums.com/taranis/soundpacks/

Not sure if they are better/worse than Andre's, but they work quite well. :-)
Created a new language for the Taranis.
Hungarian voices that exist in male and female versions.
We want you to this new OpenTX (for Taranis) and support would be available to download these packages.
Now it is used to copy the original place of English (sound / en) (ie English setting goes well).
Please write me what should I do?
We would like to be updated over time, these packages can expand.

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Re: Taranis updated voice pack

Post by Rob Thomson » Fri May 16, 2014 6:37 am

Do you have the sapi voices?

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Re: Taranis updated voice pack

Post by HC1969 » Fri May 16, 2014 6:53 am

Yes, but I tested them (he has done).
Here, the male voice is available:
http://www.rc-miskolc.emiter.hu/rc-misk ... Itemid=208
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Re: Taranis updated voice pack

Post by Rob Thomson » Fri May 16, 2014 8:33 am

What i mean is - if you have the voice pack, technically we could install it on the server - so auto generation can happen.
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Re: Taranis updated voice pack

Post by HC1969 » Fri May 16, 2014 8:48 am

When we are all done (all test ok), what's next?
We want you to be the OpenTX Hungary option in the audio setup. They should be treated the Hungarian package, such as English (copied into place works perfectly).
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Re: Taranis updated voice pack

Post by HC1969 » Fri May 30, 2014 5:28 pm

Hungarian voice pack here:
http://file.emiter.hu/file/Modellezes/T ... ka_V15.zip
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I want you to put it in the latest version (V2) FW (setting Hungary voice). :D
It should be used as the English!
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Re: Taranis updated voice pack

Post by Velyks » Wed Jun 04, 2014 12:49 pm

Hi,

Does anyone know what voice was used to make the english/scottish female sounds that come stock with openTX? I want to make some more but I can't find a matching voice.

It's a really good voice.

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Re: Taranis updated voice pack

Post by Velyks » Sat Jun 07, 2014 1:38 pm

I've made a new soundpack using the Scottish English Fiona voice. It needs a bit of work with some of the phrases but it is a nice high quality replacement to the stock OpenTX sounds. https://www.dropbox.com/s/742td7wyykgrf1p/fiona.zip

If someone could take it and host it somewhere permanent that isn't my dropbox account that would be great.

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Re: Taranis updated voice pack

Post by HC1969 » Tue Jun 17, 2014 6:43 pm

New Hungarian voice (Mariska V1.6), FW v2.0.3 compliant (including the new sound system and a lot of extra request)!
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http://file.emiter.hu/file/Modellezes/T ... ka_V16.zip
We recommend this to upload to the server.
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Create your own sound pack using the MAC/OSX built in voices

Post by DWiskow » Thu Sep 18, 2014 9:02 am

Any MAC users out there may know that OSX has really great Text to Speach capabilities built into it since OSX Lion (http://www.tuaw.com/2011/07/24/os-x-...y-text-to-spe/). Different voices and languages can be downloaded (and the currently active voice selected) in 'System Preferences'.

Once you have downloaded and selected the voice (and language) you want, it is very simple to get your MAC to say something using the 'say' command. Just open a terminal window and type the following;

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say "Welcome to Open T X"
This can be developed to write a file of the right type and format using the following;

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say -o tada.wav [email protected] "Welcome, to Open T X"
Which creates an output file called 'tada.wav' of the right [data] format containing the specified sound . . . from there is is a relatively simple step to build this into a script (or batch file file for those from the WinDoze World) as shown in the example below;

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#!/bin/bash

clear

echo -n "Creating SOUNDS folder in "; pwd
mkdir SOUNDS
cd SOUNDS

echo
echo "Creating EN folder"
mkdir en
cd en
echo "Creating EN sound files"
echo
echo "smart.wav"; say -o smart.wav [email protected] "SMART Mode"
echo "agility.wav"; say -o agility.wav [email protected] "AGILITY Mode"

echo
echo "Creating SYSTEM folder"
mkdir SYSTEM
cd SYSTEM
echo "Creating SYSTEM sound files"
echo
echo "tada.wav"; say -o tada.wav [email protected] "Welcome, to Open T X"

echo
echo "HIT 'CMD+Q' to quit"
echo
This creates the directory structure and the necessary sound files within it. I have used this approach to create a complete set of sound files, which is very easy to add to or modify . . . and it is very very easy to create both male and female voices in English (my preferred language), Scottish, Australian, South African or American (English 2.0) from a plethora of choices (samples are here http://www.nextup.com/nuance.html) . . . a bit more work for someone (who is a native speaker) to translate the text to French, German, Chinese or whatever (50 voices/languages available including Arabic, three different Chinese dialects, Czech, Danish, two varieties of Dutch, Finnish, two French dialects, German, Greek, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, two Portuguese dialects, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, two Spanish dialects, Swedish, Thai, and Turkish) and then create a local language sound pack on their MAC (but still very straightforward and quick).

Obviously, non of these voices will be patch on individually recorded human voices/phrases . . . but, they are very good and I suspect this is a quicker and more modifiable approach to extend the vocabulary available to us all.

NOTE: having built these commands into a file ('BuildSounds.sh') the file permissions must be changed to executable (CHMOD 777) and the file associated with the 'terminal app' before it can be run.
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Re: Taranis updated voice pack

Post by jhsa » Thu Sep 18, 2014 9:33 am

You will never have personalized voices like model names using real human recorded voices, unliess the voice owner is your wife.. :mrgreen:
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Re: Taranis updated voice pack

Post by nigelsheffield » Thu May 21, 2015 12:18 pm

Or record yourself if the wife is not willing or you simply dont want to hear her nagging voice when you are flying!!!! I recommend putting on a silly voice and adding effects, its surprising how much fun that can be lol

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