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Re: IBM TTS espeak connector



Hi Rob,

Then is there an interface from the past that will take the input from speakup and use IBM TTS as an output?

Gilles told me that there was one that used espeak and then went to IBM TTS, but he didn't remember the details.

What I am looking for is something that will allow use IBM TTS in console - that is not having the graphical interface running at all.

Right now all I can find is espeak or by running emacspeak on the command line which uses IBM TTS directly with its own engine.

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On Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 9:56 AM, Rob Hill <robhill@es.co.nz> wrote:
Hello David and list,

As Chris says, I think you may be confusing espeak and speakup.

Rob



D.J.J. Ring, Jr. writes:
 > What I am trying to do is to get espeak speaking with IBM TTS in console.
 > Gilles said that years ago there was a connector program that was available
 > from IBM but is no longer around.  I guess that is what he said.
 >
 > Anyway does anyone know if it is possible?
 >
 > David



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