You could possibly process the hindi fonts as Unicode. As for the Google Speech and TTS, it “should” all be covered under open source agreements.
I was trying out Lefteris’ Asterisk google TTS and its working great with English..I have a question here – since it support hindi,tamil and other languages as well.. I would like to experiment it but am struck at one place :
;;Play message in Spanish
exten => 1234,n,agi(googletts.agi,"Esta es una simple prueba en español.",es)
;;Play message in Greek
exten => 1234,n,agi(googletts.agi,"Αυτό είναι ένα απλό τέστ στα ελληνικά.",el)
now in the above text – if I try to paste hindi fonts in “vi editor” or copy the hindi text from wordpad to vi editor – the entire text gets garbled.. and therefore call disconnects when google tries to parse it. Can someone please let me know how to handle this ?
Also is it a legitimate way of using Google speech recognition and TTS in this way ? i.e no license issues would arise?
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