In this video, provision the Speaker Recognition API in Azure portal and update your project with the keys.
- [Instructor] With some basic theory…about speaker identification behind us,…now let's dive into code.…The project that I'm starting with is the same project…that we wrote earlier, at the end of chapter one.…In folder four, the end folder.…So grab that, unzip it in a folder and run NPM install.…For your convenience, I've also put…the same code in 4.01 under the start folder.…Okay, so once have done an NPM install,…you should have a project template that looks like this.…
Ready for debugging.…And just like most other cognitive services APIs,…before I can run speaker recognition API,…I need to register it in Azure.…So let's do that next.…Go to your Azure portal, click on the portal link up here.…It'll ask you to sign in.…I'm already signed in so it takes me directly there.…And click on this create resource link.…Now, let's search for speaker recognition API…and choose to create it.…
Once this form is presented to you, give it a name.…I'm going to call it my speaker recognition API.…Let's go ahead and put this in West US.…
- 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
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