21.2 azspeech quick start
Below we share some examples, showing the various commands supported by the package.
Let’s generate some audio from text that is supplied on the command line:
ml synthesize azspeech Welcome my friend, welcome to the machine.
The text may also be from a text file:
ml synthesize azspeech --input=short.txt
Convert audio recorded from the computer’s microphone to text:
ml transcribe azspeech
Next, download a sample audio file to try out the transcribe command.
ml transcribe azspeech harvard.wav
Here’s an example of audio in Indonesian, specifically identified as such to improved the transcription.
ml transcribe azspeech --lang=id-ID indonews.wav
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