• gSpeak - Text To Speech in gmod
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  • I just released a new version, including gspeak.Pause and gspeak.Resume. More information and download in the first post. [QUOTE=n00berific;15887926]-snip- I do have a theory as to why it isn't working with Microsoft Sam. You see, since Anna and Sam are on different SAPI engines, I figure that the module isn't accessing the version of SAPI that Sam is on correctly and thus, no sound occurs. This also worked for d3cr1pt0r with the same script that I used who is running on Windows 7.[/QUOTE] I can't test with anything but Microsoft Anna on Windows Vista - that's the only thing I have :( You can try compiling the module on your system, and see if that works. Here are the project files (Visual Studio C++ 2008): [url]http://upl.luahelp.com/uploads/dKdVIbGU/gspeak%20project%201.6.1.zip[/url] Since ATL is was not included in the newest Microsoft SDK (you need the professional version of VS), the project depends on both the newest Microsoft SDK and the one from 2006. The paths are: [code]C:\Program Files\Microsoft Platform SDKs 2006\Include\atl[/code] And: [code]C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v6.1\Lib[/code] (If you already have Microsoft SDK installed you can change these paths in the project settings) Alternatively; if you don't want to compile the project, I can try compiling it with your sapi.lib. Just grab whichever Microsoft SDK version you think might work with MS Sam, upload its sapi.lib and PM me the link and I'll compile it for you. [QUOTE=Blackwheel;15893744]Damn, can someone upload this again please? Thanks.[/QUOTE] The download should be working again now. edit: Released 1.6.2. I fucked up with gspeak.IsSpeaking in 1.6.1 (thanks n00berific!).
  • [QUOTE=jA_cOp;15896168]I just released a new version, including gspeak.Pause and gspeak.Resume. More information and download in the first post. I can't test with anything but Microsoft Anna on Windows Vista - that's the only thing I have :( You can try compiling the module on your system, and see if that works. Here are the project files (Visual Studio C++ 2008): [url]http://upl.luahelp.com/uploads/dKdVIbGU/gspeak%20project%201.6.1.zip[/url] Since ATL is was not included in the newest Microsoft SDK (you need the professional version of VS), the project depends on both the newest Microsoft SDK and the one from 2006. The paths are: [code]C:\Program Files\Microsoft Platform SDKs 2006\Include\atl[/code] And: [code]C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Windows\v6.1\Lib[/code] (If you already have Microsoft SDK installed you can change these paths in the project settings) Alternatively; if you don't want to compile the project, I can try compiling it with your sapi.lib. Just grab whichever Microsoft SDK version you think might work with MS Sam, upload its sapi.lib and PM me the link and I'll compile it for you. The download should be working again now. edit: Released 1.6.2. I fucked up with gspeak.IsSpeaking in 1.6.1 (thanks n00berific!).[/QUOTE] Im going to try to compile, i'm using xp and I want to use this ;/ [editline]08:31PM[/editline] I have Visual Studio C++ 2008 installed but I can't find where to download the microsoft SDK?
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  • [QUOTE=yakahughes;16480296]Yeah, I don't see a dl link except for the source.[/QUOTE] What? It's right there at the end of the first post. There's no special download for the source, the only download has both the DLL and the source.
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  • [QUOTE=jA_cOp;16480505]What? It's right there at the end of the first post. There's no special download for the source, the only download has both the DLL and the source.[/QUOTE] Oh, I was looking for a yellow box. That was stupid.
  • Someone else should try to compile using xp. I would like to use this. :(
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  • [QUOTE=ZachPL;16521841]Someone else should try to compile using xp. I would like to use this. :([/QUOTE] Yeah, it still doesn't work for me.
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  • [QUOTE=Karmah;16904042]Does anyone have a latest link?[/QUOTE] Added filesmelt mirror to the first post.
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  • [QUOTE=Lau;19044591]This never worked for me :/ Windows XP Professional[/QUOTE] It never worked for me on XP too, but does on W7 now. I think, the MS-Speech Api is just different in XP. Also: Is there a way in not having the sound of gspeak only on my center-speaker? I know, it's something "new" in Windows 7 but it's annoying (even voice-chat is only in the center-speaker).
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  • Id love to see this work, and i know that this is a dead post (might not be) But the dl links are all broken (file removed) and i cant find anything else like this, so plz get the links up?
  • You could use gm_fonixtalk: [url]http://mattmodules.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/gm_fonixtalk/Release/[/url]
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  • [QUOTE=Map in a box;35764829]You could use gm_fonixtalk: [url]http://mattmodules.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/gm_fonixtalk/Release/[/url][/QUOTE] I tried to post it here for like a couple months now but I always forgot about it lol, its using the Moonbase Alpha TTS Engine
  • [QUOTE=Zeh Matt;35955096]I tried to post it here for like a couple months now but I always forgot about it lol, its using the Moonbase Alpha TTS Engine[/QUOTE] How do I use this on a server? Or is this for scripters? Is there any mod that allows me to use this?
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  • [QUOTE=Map in a box;39787088]Why would you want to use that on a server[/QUOTE] Because it was hilarious in Moonbase Alpha?
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  • Is there any way to create a vice versa of this? What I'm trying to say is could a module be created that converts what people say into text?
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  • [QUOTE=BarbecueCabba;42023964]Is there any way to create a vice versa of this? What I'm trying to say is could a module be created that converts what people say into text?[/QUOTE] Speech recognition is a whole different ballgame.