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
LinuxInsider: "Linux is easy to learn, highly capable of fulfilling a typical computer user's needs, and 100 percent free. So why is it that Linux still has such a miniscule share of the overall desktop market?"
ERACC Web log: "Everyone of us has heard or read some form of the old phrase, �You get what you pay for!�. The gist of this phrase is basically if something is �free� or low cost it is probably worth nothing or very little. However, is this true when applied to Free Open Source Software (FOSS) and Linux?"
A Doctor`s Linux Blog: "KDE4 has given much to the computing world at the cost of its bloated composition. GNOME is fast & flexible but mostly liked by hardcore conventional Linux users. LXDE is a relatively new and highly adoptable free and open source desktop environment."
Tech Source: "If you happen to own a business and are looking for CRM applications, I have here a list of some of the most well-known free and open-source customer relationship management (CRM) software available today."
Just a short Tutorial today. It’s surprising how many people do not know this. To change the hostname under Linux, open a terminal window. Type the following code.
sudo nano /etc/hosts
and change the text to your new hostname. Changes will take effect on Restart.