if not still working
brew uninstall ffmpeg brew install faac lame xvid brew install ffmpeg
brew install libav
The quickest way should be running this command from the terminal.
You need to know your password for the security privilege.
This allows my app to write files (MP3 audio) and do networking etc.
Permissions should be granted automatically, but there's something wrong in a casual download.
Sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for bug reports. I will work on this.
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import inspect import boto3 from contextlib import closing polly = boto3.client('polly') print(polly.describe_voices()['Voices'].keys()) _voice_list = [ (item['Name'], "%s (%s)" % (item['Name'], item['LanguageName'])) for item in sorted(polly.describe_voices()['Voices'], key=lambda x: x['LanguageCode']) ] for item in _voice_list: print(item) print("Total: %d voices" % len(polly.describe_voices()['Voices'])) print(inspect.signature(polly.synthesize_speech)) # # response = polly.synthesize_speech(VoiceId='Kendra', # Text='<speak>&</speak>', # TextType='ssml', # OutputFormat='mp3') # # # with closing(response['AudioStream']) as stream: # with open('test_polly.mp3', 'wb') as f: # f.write(stream.read())
@lyp-bobi Haha probably yes. There is also a new pre-release available only for Ubuntu. https://github.com/kokimame/joytan/releases/tag/latest-draft-ubuntu
Was the script working? If you get an error, let me know. Even though there is an issue regarding ffmpeg, I confirmed that Polly is working in Windows at least in my environment. I am here as long as you need help :) or on our Slack. http://slack-invite.joytan.pub/
If you have a list of vocabulary or sentences or memrise courses, I can make an audio/textbook for free. If it's Japanese, I can provide native pronunciation.
NOTE: Videos were created from two resources. One is audiobooks which were created with Joytan, the other is image clips which were created separately from the app. Video-making feature is not included in the current version of Joytan.
I may only leave this online for a while, since TTS often makes mistakes and may not be so good for students studying a language.
If your language level is high enough to know which ones are wrong, then maybe it's OK, but this video wouldn't be good for beginners.
I created this, using JoyTan, then copying the output folder with the individual files before those files got deleted.
After that, I created a program to load in the individual audio files and displaying the text that I used to create the video files.
Perhaps you could do something like that.