LLiaPhon is a text-to-speech application; it translates text into phonetic descriptions, which can be used by a speech synthesizer to produce audio. It is designed for French texts.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Speech Text Processing|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The lexicon used (10k or 80k) is now configurable from the ./configure option. The Solaris port has been improved.
Release Notes: A bootstrap script has been added to ease the generation after a fresh download from CVS. The lexicon used (10k or 80k) is now configurable from the ./configure option.
Release Notes: The automatic test and technical documentation have been improved.
Release Notes: This releases includes more utilisation of the auto-tools.
Release Notes: This version correctly handles EOF on standard input, and reduces CPU consumption while awaiting input.