[Freeswitch-users] Realtime audio translation English <--> Spanish
s.kainz at wnt.at
Thu Feb 18 23:12:27 UTC 2021
I haven’t tried, but I have repeatedly thought about it …
My findings were that you have to pay on a per channel basis for the mrcp google translate module.
It would be cool if the participants can’t hear each other, but simply hear the translation.
Google TTS even has a phone-quality setting, which I guess uses 8000Mhz as Frequency.
> On 18.02.2021, at 21:00, Chad Phillips <chad at apartmentlines.com> wrote:
> Google's translation service seems like it could support realtime translation of a conversation between an English and Spanish speaker. Granted, there would be delays in translation, but that would be no different than a live interpreter.
> I'm imagining:
> Spanish <--> FreeSWITCH <--> Google Translate <--> FreeSWITCH <--> English
> ...such that the audio of both speakers would not go directly to the other party, but would instead be passed to Google Translate, with the returned audio being played to the other party.
> Has anybody taken a crack at this?
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