A transcription service is a business which converts speech (either live or recorded) into a written or electronic text document. Transcription services are often provided for business, legal, or medical purposes. The most common type of transcription is from a spoken-language source into text such as a computer file suitable for printing as a document such as a report.
Google has recently made great progress with their speech recognition software, which is used in several open source products, e.g. Chromium Web Speech and Android Handsfree texting. I would like to use their speech recognition as part of my server stack, however I can't find much about it.
Is the text recognition software available as a library or package?
The Transcribe! application is an assistant for people who want to work out a piece of music from a recording, in order to write it out, or play it themselves, or both. It doesn't do the transcribing for you, but it is essentially a specialised player program which is optimised for the purpose of transcription. It has many transcription-specific features not found on conventional music players.
Is there some Linux software out there that attempts to convert speech to text, or even better: software that breaks apart audio into it's phonemes that I could use for some lip-syncing animations?
I'm still searching, but am missing my target with results on programs that let you click a button to see what individual phenomes sound like. *sigh
Hi,I'm looking for software that will allow me to annotate audio files - e.g. mark points or ranges with text etc. I see there are some commercial ones (e.g. Audio Notetaker), but I can't find any linux FOSS equivalent.Any suggestions, or does something like this exist?Thanks.
I heard about existence of some speech recognition systems, and it seems I need one of those. Basically, I have an audio file with speech (only one person is speaking most of the time), and I want to get a transcript of the speech.
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could anybody suggest any good software for android and symbian that can play music files with lyrics, my audio file are hours long with lyrics, id3 tags, bookmarks, and chapters. i found lcg jukebox and ttpod useful but they still require betterment.
1) I need to build a system that when it detects sound it records the audio and saves it to a file. It should be smart enough that when there is no more sound that it stops the recording. If more than X amount of seconds goes by and it detects more audio it should start a new file.