AdvComp

May 3, 2007

Vocalfruits

Filed under: Podcasting,Weblog — advcompkg @ 9:08 pm

Now, you can have a robot read your blogs with RSS feeder!!  Check it out!

  1. See My vFruits<–click to browse registered Blogs

  2. VocalFruits / myasuda – tag: podcasting RSS WELL 2.0 Text2Speech vocalfruits.com
    http://vocalfruits.com/myasuda/ [ 5/02/07 3:00 AM ]

    Click to browse in a new window

  3. xFruits / myasuda
    by myasuda – tag: Podcasting rss voice Blog xfruits.com
    http://xfruits.com/myasuda/ [ 5/03/07 20:00 ]

    Click here to browse in a new window

  4. CALLBlog <— RSS to Podcast via Text2Speech’ memos on how to register Vocalfruits
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1 Comment »

  1. Text2Speech software with translation and voice recognition
    1) ECTACO Voice Translator is a fairly large electronic phrase book with more than 3200 phrases in 15 categories. License: Shareware
    It has a built-in text-to-speech engine (TTS) and a voice recognition system, so you can either view the translation of a selected phrase on the screen, or listen to it, or even get your PDA or handheld computer to recognize sentences spoken in one language and to say them back in another! ECTACO Voice Translator is a very useful tool for your trips abroad – its phrase bank is filled with carefully selected most common and widely used expressions.

    2) screen shot (animation) of ‘ECTACO Voice Translator English -> Japanese’

    Comment by advcomp — May 20, 2007 @ 10:00 pm | Reply


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