In this video, explore Bing Speech Text-to-Speech engine, also see the process of saving the file.
- [Instructor] Now at this point you should have…an access token, an access token that let's you authenticate…to the end point we're about to call.…But we need to create another request options…when we need to submit a particular payload.…So what does that payload look like?…That payload looks like this.…It's basically an XML structure in voice XML format.…And it's very simple.…Basically we specify what language we're working in…and the gender and the actual voice of the speech…we would like to have returned…in the actual speech that will return.…
In the middle we just put the input text that we wish…to have converted as you can see up here.…With the payload in place,…now I need to craft up a new request…options and this new request options…will contain this payload and a bunch of other things.…And that new request options looks like this.…It has headers with OutputFormat.…We wish to have the return file return our speech in…but it only supports certain formats.…
The list of formats is in the documentation…but certainly MP3 and 16 kHz or 28kb rate is supported,…
- Using the Translate Text API
- Getting supported languages
- Writing code to translate between languages
- Performing text to speech
- Setting up speech to text
- Writing code for speaker identification
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1. The Basics
2. Translation Text API
3. Bing Speech API
4. Speaker Recognition API
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