O.T. ESpeak Windows version doesn't work
david at d-w-harvey.com
Mon Feb 19 08:29:33 EST 2007
Thanks for the Help I now have the voices working.
However there's a few problems:
1. Years and currency signs aren't spoken correctly.
2. After exiting JFW and restarting it, the voices pitch sounds high.
Can we preferably take this discuss off list so we can keep to the main
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On Behalf Of Jonathan Duddington
Sent: Tuesday, 20 February 2007 1:13 AM
To: 'Speakup is a screen review system for Linux.'
Subject: Re: O.T. ESpeak Windows version doesn't work
In article <000001c7541c$ef68aaa0$9160d3cb at yourtpj8jvyu9p>,
David Harvey <david at d-w-harvey.com> wrote:
> The error is:
> Espeakedit Error
> Failed to load phoneme data,
> needs espeak-data/phontab,phondata,phonindex
That's from the espeakedit program.
You must first install espeak. That's the espeak-1.20-win.zip
download. This installs the eSpeak SAPI5 speech engine, and puts the
data files in C:\Program Files\eSpeak\espeak-data.
eSpeak voices should now appear in the SAPI5 voices list in programs
such as screen readers (NVDA, JAWS, Window-Eyes) and other programs
such as the simple TTSApp which is installed in C:\Program Files\eSpeak
as part of the espeak installation.
You only need the espeakedit program (that's the
espeakedit-1.20-win.zip download) if you want to edit the data (eg.
the pronunciation rules). It expects data files to already be in
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