TTS-API connectors updated!
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Interactive Powers introduces 45+ Languages & 300+ additional Text-to-Speech voices with Amazon, Google and Microsoft Cloud TTS-API Integration.
Natural Language over the Phone…
All of you know about cognitive services is growing these days, and that’s why today we’re going to talk about our new TTS-API for “Text to speech”. This connector converts text into a dynamic natural voice in just a few milliseconds. There are a lot of Cloud Speech API, but we will focus on the Cloud Services main giants: Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services.
What is really important?
Text-to-Speech has been an important tool in developer’s armory. It allows developers to create interactive voice applications by generating speech dynamically, rather than playing static, pre-recorded media files. Our solutions supports this capability through our VoiceXML IVR platforms < prompt >.
We are excited to announce that Interactive Powers is adding more than 300 voices, 45 languages, and new APIs to give developers more control over synthesized speech output in applications that need text-to-speech voice. With Amazon Polly, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure developers now have control over the volume, pitch, rate, and pronunciation of the voices that interact with their phone users.
- TTS-API connector for Amazon Polly TTS
- TTS-API connector for Google Cloud TTS
- TTS-API connector for Microsoft Azure TTS
Integrating Text-to-Speech in your Application
To synthesize speech on our IVR, simply specify one of the many voices in attributes of VoiceXML < prompt >. Note that Cloud Speech API voices must be namespaced for this engine.
<?xml version="1.0"?> <vxml version="2.1" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/vxml" xml:lang="en-US"> <property name="promptvoice" value="my-voice"/> <form> <block> <prompt>Hello World! This is my voice...</prompt> </block> </form> </vxml>
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