TTS default language (New Features)

by Jim ⌂ @, Russell, KY, Friday, January 07, 2011, 18:45 (3112 days ago) @ Jim

OK. I have a work around and a couple of statements for you to execute.

Espeak by default used the "en" language file. You may change the default voice by copying the language voice you want to the voice default. BASIC256 will then use that new default voice.

On Ubuntu 10.10 (should be similar on other platforms):

cd /usr/share/espeak-data/voices
sudo cp fr default

This will copy the "fr" voice file to the default voice file and all should sound better.


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