I recently implemented a basic web app which relied on Google's TTS URL to generate clear MP3 files for playback on the front end.   This has since been subject to an additional security check, meaning I have had to update the code base to use al...
I am trying out a simple example with Speechsynthesis.  <script>  voices = window.speechSynthesis.getVoices() var utterance = new SpeechSynthesisUtterance("Hello World"); utterance.voice = voices[4]; utterance.lang = voices[4].lang; win...
I have this problem where in firefox the speech gets cut off if the page is auto-refreshed, but in google chrome it finishes saying the speech even if the page is auto-refreshed. How do I fix it so that the speech doesn't get cut off in firefox e...
Currently, I'm making a simple app where text is spoken using the speech synthesis API.  I want to highlight the words (bold) as they are being spoken.  I currently have a very basic implementation doing this using the 'onboundary' event....
The Speech Synthesis API allows text-to-speech functionality in Chrome Beta. However, results from TTS requests are automatically played by the browser. How do I access the audio results for post-processing and disable the default behavior of the API...
I'm trying to get the list of supported speech synthesis voices on iOS Safari.  As per the API, I should be able to get an array of voices by calling:  window.speechSynthesis.getVoices();   Sometimes this gives me list of voices, other times it d...
I am writing a simple spelling test app using the HTML5 SpeechSynthesis API. The text I would like my app to say is something like the following: "The spelling word is Cat. The cat chased the dog.".   The API tends to race without much of a p...
I'm using the speech synthesis API on Android-Chrome. The issue is that although there are 4 English voices available, it is always US English that is used by the browser, no matter what the code specifies. I can use other languages e.g. French,...
o   I'm trying to make an app (for myself only) that will pronounce odd (fantasy) names properly. I found chrome's TTS api and W3C's SpeechSynthesis API however it would appear that Chrome strips all SSML tags before speaking the remainin...

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