Hi, everyone. What I means in the previous post is say that if I want to load the sound in the program, how should I write the coding? Whenever I open the program, I can hear what the people is say, and so that I can record down the people say every time?
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hi, ezzaral. Can u provide me some sample code on loading the sound in the program?
For example, when one person speaks, their sound load into the program so that i can transcribe the sound into text for futher action.
Thanks a lot for your helping.
Converting speech to text is not exactly trivial and will involve quite a lot of complicated signal processing and analysis unless you have an existing speech-to-text engine available. None of that is present in the Java APIs.
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