Speech to text

birger at birger.sh birger at birger.sh
Thu Jul 15 17:41:37 UTC 2010

Cmu sphinx seems to be alive and kicking as well. It used to have sunlabs supporting the project. Not sure what that means now that oracle runs the show.

Sphinx 4 is a java  project. According to sun it outperforms native code  in some respects for this kind of application.

"Petrus de Calguarium" <kwhiskerz at gmail.com> wrote:

>> Is there any software available which can can convert speech to text?
>I use tts, the reverse of what you want, so I found this very interesting and 
>briefly searched the web. I located a lot of dead projects, mostly dating from 
>the late 1990s, however, 2 projects appear to stand out:
>CMU Sphinx (Carnegie Melon University Sphinx) - no rpms available, just 
>tarballs and I don't know how usable it is
>Simon (a future kde accessability application that appears to be seeing some 
>progress) - no rpms available, but some indication that it might already be 
>somewhat usable
>I didn't check, but I don't think there is any ASR (automatic speech 
>recognition -- this appears to be the term usually used to describe this type 
>of software) or speech-to-text software in the Fedora/rpmfusion repositories.
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