In this video, explore the process of enrolling a speaker with multiple shorter input files.
- [Instructor] With our identification helper module…completely written, now it's time to start making use of it.…So as I mentioned, the first thing we will do…is create identification profiles for a couple of users.…Then we will perform enrollment…and then after enrollment,…we'll be able to perform identification.…And then at the very end, we will delete the enrollment…or delete the identification profile as well.…
So I'm going to need some sample data.…Luckily, I have some sample audio files here.…As you see here on my desktop, I have two folders.…Let's look at the Data folder first.…In both of these folders, I have some audio files.…Now, the ones that have my name on them,…well, they are my voice.…And the second one is somebody else's voice,…a fictional character called Jill.…Now, Jill's audio file is more than 30 seconds,…so we'll be able to register Jill's voice very easily…in just one call.…
Whereas in my case, I have two audio files…and both the audio files are shorter than 30 seconds.…Remember, to complete an enrollment,…
- 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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