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Festival Czech

Czech support for Festival

Maintainer:Milan Zamazal <pdm@freebsoft.org>
Git Repository:http://git.freebsoft.org/?p=festival-czech.git
Latest version:0.3 (download festival-czech-0.3.tar.gz)
Project archive:/pub/projects/festival-czech
User portal:http://live.freebsoft.org/desktop#speech-synthesis

About

Festival Czech provides Czech support to Festival speech synthesis system. Together with Festival and Czech diphone database it provides complete speech output in Czech.

Festival Czech is basically independent on a particular voice, new voices can be created to be used with Festival Czech.

Czech Festival speech synthesis is developed by Brailcom, o.p.s. Nadační fond Českého rozhlasu, Seznam.cz, a.s. and European Commission (the Leonardo da Vinci program) provided financial contributions to the project. Institute of Phonetics at Faculty of Philosophy & Arts, Charles University, Prague, led by prof. PhDr. Zdena Palková, CSc. provided expert knowledge and consultations.

Source code

The source code is managed using Git. You can use the Git web interface or clone the repository from:

git://git.freebsoft.org/git/festival-czech

Mailing-lists

There is a public mailing-list festival-czech@lists.freebsoft.org for this project.
This list is for for Festival Czech developers, as well as for users. If you want to contribute the development, propose a new feature, get help or just be informed about the latest news, don't hesitate to subscribe. The communication on this list is held in English.

See also the listing of other Free(b)soft mailing lists.

 
 

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