Toshiba Text-To-Speech Middleware is a software IP that enables smooth and natural reading of text data while running on the CPU and memory of a local device.
The comparisons between Toshiba Text-To-Speech Middleware and the Conventional Speech Synthesis Technology
|Standard Voice Synthesis|
|Optional Voice Synthesis (Japanese)||-|
|Phonetic Symbol Entry|
|ROM/RAM (Typ.)||4.3 MB/2.0 MB||4.8 MB/5.3 MB||12.9 MB/5.8 MB|
|MIPS (Typ.)||65||75||110 to140|
|Language||Japanese, three main languages in North America(English, French, Spanish), Chinese||Japanese||Japanese
Support of other languages is being planned.
*The ROM/RAM requirements and the MIPS values are provided as a guide for the Japanese edition of the minimum middleware configuration. They vary depending on the platform, middleware configuration and its setup.
Select the best configuration for your application.
Click this image to hear a sample voice.
Text-To-Speech middleware enables route guidance including a huge number of proper nouns with a natural-sounding voice. Spoken contents can be upgraded through simple maintenance of a phonetics database; it is unnecessary to record utterances spoken by professional narrators.
Draws a driver's attention with voice warnings.
You know who is calling without taking your eyes off the road.
You can make Text-To-Speech middleware read out content delivered from information service providers.
Why not add voice messages to make your emails friendlier?
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