[Freeswitch-users] C SAY API
brian.west at mac.com
Mon Dec 18 20:53:48 PST 2006
1. Get OpenVXI to compile ....
2. Actually get it to work.
3. Must lean towards Open Source.
I have yet to get it working on even linux following the actual build
instructions. If anyone wants to do the research to get this to
compile on linux then we can work on Mac and Windows.
On Dec 18, 2006, at 10:40 PM, Kannaiyan Natesan wrote:
> Voicexml will be the best bet.
> Any cons towards using this?
> On 12/18/06, Victor Gamov <vitspec at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 12/16/06, Anthony Minessale <anthmct at yahoo.com > wrote:
>>> I'm working on a muiti-lingual say api for ivr programmers to be
>>> to generate audio for saying numbers, counting items or
>>> expressing amounts
>> of things such as currency.
>> Hi Anthony!
>> I think that it's not bad idea to have VoiceXML module in
>> FreeSWITCH. Using
>> this module anyone can easely write any IVR application (voicemail
>> other). If so, logic for multi-lingual api and other complex
>> things may be
>> carry out from FreeSWITCH.
>> Some words about multi-lingual support.
>> Some times ago I write VoiceXML applications speaked in English,
>> Russian and
>> some other langs. The basic idea was liked to your say() function and
>> Kannaiyan's sequencer: we use module which parses input digits and
>> it as number, money, date, etc and predefined VoiceXML files for each
>> language to properly construct phrases like "You have 100
>> messages" (EN) or
>> "In your voicebox 100 messages" (RU). It works fine for all langs.
>> Victor Gamov
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