From: Jeffrey J. Bisbee <jbisbee@ya...> - 2000-07-23 02:03:00
This following segment is from the festival documentation. Looks like its
exactly what you're looking for, although, I haven't tested it myself as of
Sometimes a simple waveform is required from text that is to be kept and played
at some later time. The simplest way to do this with festival
is by using the `text2wave' program. This is a festival script that will take a
file (or text from standard input) and produce a single waveform.
An example use is
text2wave myfile.txt -o myfile.wav
Options exist to specify the waveform file type, for example if Sun audio
format is required
text2wave myfile.txt -otype snd -o myfile.wav
Use `-h' on `text2wave' to see all options.
--- Kieran Ames <kames@...> wrote:
> The subject says it all.
> Anyone aware of a TTS to wav executable? (I'd love to be able to have a
> user type in a sentence and have a .wav file returned.)
> Thanks again to all.
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