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[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #1014 A TTS is too chatty and "smart" and at most situations a builtin converter from acronims - abriviations to words is not accurate.
By gregjozk:

It is general observation, but seen mostly during english and slovenian use, which have been used daily.

2021-09-14 11:15 GMT+02.00, jaacoppi @.***>: > All TTS software pronounce words based on assumptions about the language and > context of the sentence. The modern solution would be to pass meta > information about the sentence to the TTS. One such solution is part of > speech tagging (POS). > > Since the origins of espeak NG are in 1995, these modern solutions are not > used. Instead, all choices are rule based. It would be great to give user > more configuration options to choose the preferred behavior. That is a work > in progress with LoadVoice() and LoadConfig() functions. Unfortunately the > progress is slow because the original code wasn't designed to support all > these languages and situations. > > Currently, the only option for the user is to edit the config files and > rebuild the code. That's probably too difficult for most users. > > > -- > You are receiving this because you authored the thread. > Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub: > https://github.com/espeak-ng/espeak-ng/issues/1014#issuecomment-918968335


[espeak-ng:master] New Comment on Issue #1014 A TTS is too chatty and "smart" and at most situations a builtin converter from acronims - abriviations to words is not accurate.
By valdisvi:

Because of reasons @gregjozk mentioned, particularly for Latvian, there are almost no expansion of abbreviations except very few unique ones, because they are different in different domains. Therefore, for most of cases, there is no acute need to adjust behavior dynamically, unneeded expansions of abbreviations just need to be removed from rules.

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