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TTS amaroK script

   0.2  

KDE Sound Application

Score 72%
TTS amaroK script
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  2832
Submitted:  Feb 15 2005
Updated:  Feb 18 2005

Description:

An amaroK script that announces each song with a configureable message (which may contain title, artist, track length, etc.)

Dependancies:
- Python 2.3+
- KTTSD (KDE text-to-speech daemon). Available in the kdeaccessibility module.

To install:
From amaroK menubar select Tools->Scripts->Install Script




Changelog:

Thu Feb 17 2005
Option of whether or not to pause playing of the song while it is being announced.

Tue Feb 15 2005
0.1 uploaded




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 wow

 
 by Superstoned on: Feb 15 2005
 
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I can only say: you are a genius. should be merged with the OSD!


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 Haha

 
 by Ekardnam on: Feb 16 2005
 
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I thought about something like this,
but a wolf (cute) walking around on your
desktop and tell you about the current track.


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 Re: Haha

 
 by cepheus on: Feb 16 2005
 
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That's brilliant. It would stop and "howl" the name every time it announced the track. Oh! And it could curl up to nap every now and again between tracks. Also! You could stage a dramatic chase between it and thesheep, korama, a permanent addition to the amarok cast of characters. It would be in the style of those road-runner cartoons, where amarok would never quite catch its prey, instead meeting great disastor, and thus ensuing great hilarity. All this could be done on the tops of various windows and bars on the desktop.

So get right on that.


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 Re: Re: Haha

 
 by markey on: Feb 16 2005
 
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ROFL


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 Re: Re: Haha

 
 by Ekardnam on: Feb 16 2005
 
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Exactly what I meant!
I'm looking forward to see your great work ;)


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 Re: Re: Re: Haha

 
 by cerulean on: Feb 16 2005
 
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Heh, sounds interesting.
I'll get right on it :P


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 Re: Re: Haha

 
 by liquidrock222 on: Apr 9 2005
 
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Then add the ability to change "mascots" to other things, like a paper clip, and slap "Amarok Assistant" on it.


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 How to install?

 
 by gekko on: Feb 16 2005
 
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It's a great idea, but how can I install it and which version of amaroK is needed?


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 Re: How to install?

 
 by markey on: Feb 16 2005
 
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amaroK 1.2 is needed.

Tools -> ScriptManager -> Install Script.


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 error

 
 by muesli on: Feb 21 2005
 
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Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/mnt/space/home/muesli/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/tts/tts.py", line 95, in ?
main()
File "/mnt/space/home/muesli/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/tts/tts.py", line 85, in main
if configAsDict()["Pause"] == "1":
KeyError: 'Pause'

i receive this error... ideas?

thanks,
muesli


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 Re: error

 
 by muesli on: Feb 21 2005
 
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funny, i configured this script now via amarok's script dialog. now it starts working. but it seems to read some python source lines first, before finally announcing the song.

funny :-))

...muesli


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 Re: Re: error

 
 by cerulean on: Feb 22 2005
 
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Might be reading out XML? That occurs in older versions of KTTSD. I'll probably just remove the SSML surrounding the text spoken - it's purpose was to allow for a little pause, though I guess it's unecessary.


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 Re: Re: Re: error

 
 by ptitmain on: Jun 24 2005
 
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File "/home/jf/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/tts/tts.py", line 95, in ?
main()
File "/home/jf/.kde/share/apps/amarok/scripts/tts/tts.py", line 85, in main
if configAsDict()["Pause"] == "1":
KeyError: 'Pause'

same error here. What could I do ???


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 Problem Amarok 1.4.1

 
 by rfdparker2002 on: Jul 8 2006
 
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I am using Amarok 1.4.1 on Kubuntu Dapper, and I have just found out about this script. I intall ktts and flite and set up a speaker, which worked fine in kttsmgr when reading the clipboard, but when I tried this it reads what it should, but first it says a load of things like "pitch=0" for some reason? Do you know what this is and how to fix it thankyou


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 XML in text spoken

 
 by JW00000 on: Aug 23 2006
 
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I've got the same problem. When I open the KDE Text-to-Speech Manager (kttsmgr) I can see the engine is actually saying something like this (literally):
"<speak><voice gender="neutral" age="40"><prosody pitch="medium" range="medium" rate="medium" volume="medium">Title by Artist\nPause=0</prosody></voice></speak>"
Which ends up in a lot of "greater than" and "less than"s said.


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 XML

 
 by rvadmin on: Aug 14 2007
 
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Dear users that have problems with XML saying.
Untar script, open tts.py, replace line 46
with:
return string
then save and tar it.
Than import

Enjoy :)

http://www.smsarea.net


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