Wednesday, May 06, 2009 5:29 AMHi all,
I am developing a Pocket PC application using Visual Studio 2008 with Visual C#.NET..
The Pocket PC i am using has Windows Mobile 5.0 OS..
For text to speech conversion i have found out a third party component called 'Acapela for mobility'. With the help of this Acapela i am able to convert the text in my application to speech..
I came to know that the same component is not supporting speech to text conversion. Is that so??
If so, can anyone suggest me with a software or third party component to convert speech to text in my Pocket PC application (I have text boxes it has to be texted based on the user commands)..
Waiting for ur valuable suggestions..
Thanks in advance..
Wednesday, May 06, 2009 5:44 AMHi FunCoding,
Please refer this links:
Friday, May 15, 2009 9:35 AMHi,
Thanks for referring me those links..
I went thru' those links and came to know that they are discussing about the Text to Speech conversion in Pocket PC.
But, as mentioned earlier, i have found out a third party component for implementing the Text to Speech conversion in the Pocket PC..
And also i came to know from the Chant Speech Kit Website, that they were discussing about is a kit which provides Speech to Text conversion in destop PC's alone. Is that so?
If so, Please suggest me another software/third party component with which i can implement the Speech to Text Conversion in Pocket PC..
Friday, May 15, 2009 4:38 PMHi Funcoding,
Pleaser try to post the same in this discussion which is dedication to speech technologies. Hope you will find the information which you are expecting.
- Proposed As Answer by Malleswar [MCTS]MVP Monday, May 18, 2009 10:51 AM
Thursday, March 10, 2011 10:25 AM
I think this product is useful to you--Sayvoice for PPC.
You can view the website page for detail:
Tuesday, March 22, 2011 11:13 AM
Can we compare two Audio Files.
Suppose The user 'A' voice file saved in a PDA.The another user 'B' voice file saved in a PDA.
Can we compare two voices equal or not before saving(means same user or not).