4 Replies Latest reply: Jan 14, 2009 2:16 AM by 793415 RSS

    Voice Recognizae by Java

    843802
      Dear all,
      I am learning about using Java to make application can recognize my voice ( and other voice).

      For example: I am reading a text, and my application write it into document.
      But I don't know how to start, and may Java can support ?

      Any one know where resource and document to do this.

      Thanks
      Le Quang Hoa
        • 1. Re: Voice Recognizae by Java
          843802
          Any one know where resource and document to do this
          http://www.speech.cs.cmu.edu/
          regards
          • 2. Re: Voice Recognizae by Java
            843802
            HI,
            i am also trying to do the same project.
            here is the material to guide u

            http://java.sun.com/products/java-media/speech/forDevelopers/jsapi-
            guide/Synthesis.html

            check this and if u get any idea share it
            • 3. Re: Voice Recognizae by Java
              843802
              hi..m also working on the project involving speech recognition.wil u plz help me to sort it out.my mail id is 16.bilwa@gmail.com plz inform me all the information u hv regarding voice recognition.thank you..
              • 4. Re: Voice Recognizae by Java
                793415
                >
                hi..m also working on the project involving speech recognition.wil u plz help me to sort it out.my mail id is 16.bilwa@gmail.com plz inform me all the information u hv regarding voice recognition. ...>
                Would you like a pony, with that?

                Nobody is likely to send you the 'codez', and hold your hand via email as you ask 101 stupid questions (at least not short of you supplying large sums of money).

                Why not first:
                - You sort that keyboard and find your shift key.
                - Spell words like 'you', 'please' and 'have' fully (this is not text messaging).
                - Work through the tips offered earlier in the thread and report your success or failure.

                And as an aside, if you speak as poorly as you type messages to technical forums, I doubt any speech recognition software would understand your 'accent'.