Speech dispatcher output to bluetooth (navit) ?
lothar.behrens at lollisoft.de
Thu Jan 22 21:38:41 CET 2009
Has no one got the output of speech-dispatcher into a bouetooth
Using mplayer -ao alsa:device=bluetooth works, but not spd-say. It
always comes out of the speaker.
When I use espeak -w file, the file comes with rubbish - or too fast.
I assume it is not 44100.
Also doing so takes a while more to be transformed and may not well
suited for navit.
Even when I take my working mplayer script that automatically connects
to the bluetooth device,
it seems to be required to explicitly using -ao alsa:device=bluetooth
to get bluetooth working.
Without that the sound comes from the internal speaker.
Is it right that then speech-dispatcher must be modified to support
bluetooth device ?
Am 19.01.2009 um 20:55 schrieb Lothar Behrens:
> as of the success of Jabra BT3030 I thought how to let speech
> dispatcher talk to the bluetooth device too.
> But I didn't found anything in the documentation and the output
> modules in the speechd.conf file does not
> seem to be able to.
> Is there any way to redirect the output other than with a temporary
> file ?
> My experience to play /opt/Qtopia/sounds/alarm.wav with mplayer
> takes about 12 secs to play these short three beeps.
> That is to much time (ok I do an scp job, but that may be the cpu
> load simulation :-)
> Using that in a script in combination with spd-say would probably
> not working for navit.
> It would be great to use Jabra BT3030 for navit too :-)
> Any ideas ?
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