In this video, write helper code that access an audio file, submits for enrollment to a speaker identification profile, checks in status, and supports partial enrollment.
- [Narrator] Now with the identification profile…methods out of the way at this point you should have…an identification profile ID.…So next we need to write a method to perform enrollment.…So the way enrollment works, just a little recap,…is that we submit audio for a particular person…and it has to be at least 30 seconds of audio…for the enrollment to complete.…So I'm going to create a function called create enrollment.…It accepts a file name which is supposed to contain…the spoken text from a person.…
We're associating it with a certain profile ID…and because this is an async call we resolve it…with promise request status.…We go ahead and create the promise…and we return the promise and in here now…I'm going to resolve or reject the promise based…on some logic.…So what is that logic like?…So first as usual I'm going to get request options…from that helper method that we had…and the default content type of application…slash octet stream is okay because we are going to submit…a WAV file this time.…
But I do need to specify the WAV file contents…
- 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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