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pyttsx3 | Offline Text To Speech synthesis for python | Speech library

 by   nateshmbhat Python Version: v.2.90 License: MPL-2.0

 by   nateshmbhat Python Version: v.2.90 License: MPL-2.0

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pyttsx3 is a Python library typically used in Artificial Intelligence, Speech applications. pyttsx3 has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Weak Copyleft License and it has low support. You can install using 'pip install pyttsx3' or download it from GitHub, PyPI.
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  • pyttsx3 has a low active ecosystem.
  • It has 768 star(s) with 169 fork(s). There are 20 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 79 open issues and 96 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 170 days. There are 2 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of pyttsx3 is v.2.90
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  • Say text
    • Notify all connected connections
    • Notify about an event
    • Set the motors busy
  • Event handler
    • Set property
      • Convert a value to UTF - 8
    • Get a property
      • Lists all voices in a voice specification
      • Decode a UTF - 8 encoded value
    • Set a property
      • Start the event loop
        • Start the proxy loop
          • Get a specific property
            • Load a module
              • Iterate through the utterance
                • Save text to file
                  • Set a property on the driver
                    • Save speech to a file
                      • Start the loop
                        • Create a C function definition
                          • Return True if fullname is a package
                            • Finish the SpeechSynthesizer
                              • Starts the event loop
                                • Ends speech events
                                  • Convert speech to text

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                                    pyttsx3 Key Features

                                    ✨Fully OFFLINE text to speech conversion

                                    🎈 Choose among different voices installed in your system

                                    🎛 Control speed/rate of speech

                                    🎚 Tweak Volume

                                    📀 Save the speech audio as a file

                                    ❤️ Simple, powerful, & intuitive API

                                    pyttsx3 Examples and Code Snippets

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                                    Installation :

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                                    pip install pyttsx3
                                    

                                    Linux installation requirements :

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                                    	sudo apt update && sudo apt install espeak ffmpeg libespeak1
                                    

                                    Usage :

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                                    import pyttsx3
                                    engine = pyttsx3.init()
                                    engine.say("I will speak this text")
                                    engine.runAndWait()
                                    

                                    Python text to voice with pyttsx3

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                                    voices = engine.getProperty('voices')       #getting details of current voice
                                    #engine.setProperty('voice', voices[0].id)  #changing index, changes voices. o for male
                                    engine.setProperty('voice', voices[1].id)   #changing index, changes voices. 1 for female
                                    

                                    Wikipedia Library shows error if input not given exactly to the name of a page of wikipedia

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                                      >>> from difflib import get_close_matches
                                      >>> import pywikibot
                                      >>> site = pywikibot.Site('wikipedia:en')  # create a Site object
                                      >>> title = 'National Defence Academy'
                                      >>> gen = site.search('intitle:' + title, total=10, namespaces=0)
                                      >>> titles = [page.title() for page in gen]  # list of strings required
                                      >>> result = get_close_matches('National Defence Academy', titles)
                                      >>> found = pywikibot.Page(site, result[0])
                                    
                                      >>> found.text[:100]
                                    
                                      >>> from difflib import get_close_matches
                                      >>> import pywikibot
                                      >>> site = pywikibot.Site('wikipedia:en')  # create a Site object
                                      >>> title = 'National Defence Academy'
                                      >>> gen = site.search('intitle:' + title, total=10, namespaces=0)
                                      >>> titles = [page.title() for page in gen]  # list of strings required
                                      >>> result = get_close_matches('National Defence Academy', titles)
                                      >>> found = pywikibot.Page(site, result[0])
                                    
                                      >>> found.text[:100]
                                    

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                                    def takeCommand():
                                    r = speech_recognition.Recognizer()
                                    with speech_recognition.Microphone() as source:
                                        speech_recognition.Recognizer().adjust_for_ambient_noise(source, duration=0.2)
                                        print("Listening...")
                                        audio = r.listen(source)
                                    
                                        try:
                                            query = r.recognize_google(audio, language='en-in')
                                            print(f"user said:{query}\n")
                                    
                                        except Exception as e:
                                            return "None"
                                        return query
                                    
                                    engine = pyttsx3.init("sapi5")
                                    voices = engine.getProperty("voices")
                                    engine.setProperty("voice", voices[0].id)
                                    engine.setProperty("rate", 150)
                                    
                                    
                                    def speak(audio):
                                        engine.say(audio)
                                        engine.runAndWait()
                                    
                                    
                                    def takeCommand():
                                        r = speech_recognition.Recognizer()
                                        with speech_recognition.Microphone() as source:
                                            print("Listening...")
                                            r.pause_threshold = 4
                                            r.energy_threshold = 300
                                            audio = r.listen(source, 0, 4)
                                    
                                        try:
                                            print("Understanding...")
                                            query = r.recognize_google(audio, language='en-us')
                                            print(f"You said: {query}\n")
                                        except Exception as e:
                                            print("Say that again")
                                            return "None"
                                        return query
                                    
                                    def searchGoogle(query):
                                        import wikipedia as googleScrap
                                        speak("This is what I found")
                                        try:
                                            pywhatkit.search(query)
                                            result = googleScrap.summary(query, 1)
                                            speak(result)
                                    
                                        except:
                                            speak("Did not find anything about that, sorry")
                                    
                                    
                                    def searchYoutube(query):
                                        web = "https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=" + query
                                        webbrowser.open(web)
                                        pywhatkit.playonyt(query)
                                        speak("Done, Sir")
                                    
                                    
                                    def searchWikipedia(query):
                                        results = wikipedia.summary(query,sentences=2)
                                        speak("According to wikipedia..")
                                        print(results)
                                        speak(results)
                                    
                                    
                                    # Starting...............................................................................................................
                                    if __name__ == "__main__":
                                        while True:
                                            query = takeCommand().lower()
                                            if "wake up David" in query:
                                                hour = int(datetime.datetime.now().hour)
                                                if 0 <= hour <= 12:
                                                    speak("Good Morning sir, how are you?")
                                                elif 12 < hour <= 18:
                                                    speak("Good Afternoon sir, how are you?")
                                    
                                                else:
                                                    speak("Good Evening sir, how are you?")
                                    
                                            while True:
                                                query = takeCommand().lower()
                                                if "go to sleep david" in query:
                                                    speak("Ok, See you, Remember if you need anything just say, wake up david")
                                                    break
                                    
                                                elif "I'm good how are you" in query:
                                                    speak("I am also good, how may I help you today?")
                                    
                                                elif "thank you" in query:
                                                    speak("You are welcome sir")
                                    
                                                elif "wikipedia" in query:
                                                    speak("Searching from wikipedia....")
                                                    query = query.replace("wikipedia", "")
                                                    query = query.replace("search wikipedia", "")
                                                    query = query.replace("jarvis", "")
                                                    searchWikipedia(query)
                                    
                                                elif "youtube" in query:
                                                    speak("This is what I found for your search!")
                                                    query = query.replace("youtube search", "")
                                                    query = query.replace("youtube", "")
                                                    query = query.replace("jarvis", "")
                                                    searchYoutube(query)
                                                
                                                elif "google" in query:
                                                    query = query.replace("david", "")
                                                    query = query.replace("google search", "")
                                                    query = query.replace("google", "")
                                                    searchGoogle(query)
                                    
                                    def takeCommand():
                                    r = speech_recognition.Recognizer()
                                    with speech_recognition.Microphone() as source:
                                        speech_recognition.Recognizer().adjust_for_ambient_noise(source, duration=0.2)
                                        print("Listening...")
                                        audio = r.listen(source)
                                    
                                        try:
                                            query = r.recognize_google(audio, language='en-in')
                                            print(f"user said:{query}\n")
                                    
                                        except Exception as e:
                                            return "None"
                                        return query
                                    
                                    engine = pyttsx3.init("sapi5")
                                    voices = engine.getProperty("voices")
                                    engine.setProperty("voice", voices[0].id)
                                    engine.setProperty("rate", 150)
                                    
                                    
                                    def speak(audio):
                                        engine.say(audio)
                                        engine.runAndWait()
                                    
                                    
                                    def takeCommand():
                                        r = speech_recognition.Recognizer()
                                        with speech_recognition.Microphone() as source:
                                            print("Listening...")
                                            r.pause_threshold = 4
                                            r.energy_threshold = 300
                                            audio = r.listen(source, 0, 4)
                                    
                                        try:
                                            print("Understanding...")
                                            query = r.recognize_google(audio, language='en-us')
                                            print(f"You said: {query}\n")
                                        except Exception as e:
                                            print("Say that again")
                                            return "None"
                                        return query
                                    
                                    def searchGoogle(query):
                                        import wikipedia as googleScrap
                                        speak("This is what I found")
                                        try:
                                            pywhatkit.search(query)
                                            result = googleScrap.summary(query, 1)
                                            speak(result)
                                    
                                        except:
                                            speak("Did not find anything about that, sorry")
                                    
                                    
                                    def searchYoutube(query):
                                        web = "https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=" + query
                                        webbrowser.open(web)
                                        pywhatkit.playonyt(query)
                                        speak("Done, Sir")
                                    
                                    
                                    def searchWikipedia(query):
                                        results = wikipedia.summary(query,sentences=2)
                                        speak("According to wikipedia..")
                                        print(results)
                                        speak(results)
                                    
                                    
                                    # Starting...............................................................................................................
                                    if __name__ == "__main__":
                                        while True:
                                            query = takeCommand().lower()
                                            if "wake up David" in query:
                                                hour = int(datetime.datetime.now().hour)
                                                if 0 <= hour <= 12:
                                                    speak("Good Morning sir, how are you?")
                                                elif 12 < hour <= 18:
                                                    speak("Good Afternoon sir, how are you?")
                                    
                                                else:
                                                    speak("Good Evening sir, how are you?")
                                    
                                            while True:
                                                query = takeCommand().lower()
                                                if "go to sleep david" in query:
                                                    speak("Ok, See you, Remember if you need anything just say, wake up david")
                                                    break
                                    
                                                elif "I'm good how are you" in query:
                                                    speak("I am also good, how may I help you today?")
                                    
                                                elif "thank you" in query:
                                                    speak("You are welcome sir")
                                    
                                                elif "wikipedia" in query:
                                                    speak("Searching from wikipedia....")
                                                    query = query.replace("wikipedia", "")
                                                    query = query.replace("search wikipedia", "")
                                                    query = query.replace("jarvis", "")
                                                    searchWikipedia(query)
                                    
                                                elif "youtube" in query:
                                                    speak("This is what I found for your search!")
                                                    query = query.replace("youtube search", "")
                                                    query = query.replace("youtube", "")
                                                    query = query.replace("jarvis", "")
                                                    searchYoutube(query)
                                                
                                                elif "google" in query:
                                                    query = query.replace("david", "")
                                                    query = query.replace("google search", "")
                                                    query = query.replace("google", "")
                                                    searchGoogle(query)
                                    

                                    pyttsx3: can't set specified language

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                                    {'af': 'Afrikaans', 'ar': 'Arabic', 'bg': 'Bulgarian', 'bn': 'Bengali', 'bs': 'Bosnian', 'ca': 'Catalan', 'cs': 'Czech', 'cy': 'Welsh', 'da': 'Danish', 'de': 'German', 'el': 'Greek', 'en': 'English', 'eo': 'Esperanto', 'es': 'Spanish', 'et': 'Estonian', 'fi': 'Finnish', 'fr': 'French', 'gu': 'Gujarati', 'hi': 'Hindi', 'hr': 'Croatian', 'hu': 'Hungarian', 'hy': 'Armenian', 'id': 'Indonesian', 'is': 'Icelandic', 'it': 'Italian', 'ja': 'Japanese', 'jw': 'Javanese', 'km': 'Khmer', 'kn': 'Kannada', 'ko': 'Korean', 'la': 'Latin', 'lv': 'Latvian', 'mk': 'Macedonian', 'ml': 'Malayalam', 'mr': 'Marathi', 'my': 'Myanmar (Burmese)', 'ne': 'Nepali', 'nl': 'Dutch', 'no': 'Norwegian', 'pl': 'Polish', 'pt': 'Portuguese', 'ro': 'Romanian', 'ru': 'Russian', 'si': 'Sinhala', 'sk': 'Slovak', 'sq': 'Albanian', 'sr': 'Serbian', 'su': 'Sundanese', 'sv': 'Swedish', 'sw': 'Swahili', 'ta': 'Tamil', 'te': 'Telugu', 'th': 'Thai', 'tl': 'Filipino', 'tr': 'Turkish', 'uk': 'Ukrainian', 'ur': 'Urdu', 'vi': 'Vietnamese', 'zh-CN': 'Chinese', 'zh-TW': 'Chinese (Mandarin/Taiwan)', 'zh': 'Chinese (Mandarin)'}
                                    
                                    from gtts import gTTS
                                    
                                    mytext = '你好你好你好你好'
                                    language = 'zh'
                                    
                                    myobj = gTTS(text=mytext, lang=language, slow=False)
                                    # save to local folder:
                                    myobj.save("mandarine_female_voice.mp3")
                                    
                                    {'af': 'Afrikaans', 'ar': 'Arabic', 'bg': 'Bulgarian', 'bn': 'Bengali', 'bs': 'Bosnian', 'ca': 'Catalan', 'cs': 'Czech', 'cy': 'Welsh', 'da': 'Danish', 'de': 'German', 'el': 'Greek', 'en': 'English', 'eo': 'Esperanto', 'es': 'Spanish', 'et': 'Estonian', 'fi': 'Finnish', 'fr': 'French', 'gu': 'Gujarati', 'hi': 'Hindi', 'hr': 'Croatian', 'hu': 'Hungarian', 'hy': 'Armenian', 'id': 'Indonesian', 'is': 'Icelandic', 'it': 'Italian', 'ja': 'Japanese', 'jw': 'Javanese', 'km': 'Khmer', 'kn': 'Kannada', 'ko': 'Korean', 'la': 'Latin', 'lv': 'Latvian', 'mk': 'Macedonian', 'ml': 'Malayalam', 'mr': 'Marathi', 'my': 'Myanmar (Burmese)', 'ne': 'Nepali', 'nl': 'Dutch', 'no': 'Norwegian', 'pl': 'Polish', 'pt': 'Portuguese', 'ro': 'Romanian', 'ru': 'Russian', 'si': 'Sinhala', 'sk': 'Slovak', 'sq': 'Albanian', 'sr': 'Serbian', 'su': 'Sundanese', 'sv': 'Swedish', 'sw': 'Swahili', 'ta': 'Tamil', 'te': 'Telugu', 'th': 'Thai', 'tl': 'Filipino', 'tr': 'Turkish', 'uk': 'Ukrainian', 'ur': 'Urdu', 'vi': 'Vietnamese', 'zh-CN': 'Chinese', 'zh-TW': 'Chinese (Mandarin/Taiwan)', 'zh': 'Chinese (Mandarin)'}
                                    
                                    from gtts import gTTS
                                    
                                    mytext = '你好你好你好你好'
                                    language = 'zh'
                                    
                                    myobj = gTTS(text=mytext, lang=language, slow=False)
                                    # save to local folder:
                                    myobj.save("mandarine_female_voice.mp3")
                                    
                                    name default
                                    
                                    language asia-zh
                                    
                                    gender male
                                    

                                    IndexError: tuple index out of range when I try to create an executable from a python script using auto-py-to-exe

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                                    42681 INFO: PyInstaller: 4.6
                                    42690 INFO: Python: 3.10.0
                                    
                                    else:
                                        arg = None
                                        extended_arg = 0 
                                    yield (i, op, arg)
                                    
                                    extended_arg = 0
                                    

                                    How to know what item is chosen from array using random library?

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                                    import random
                                    
                                    with open('questions.txt', 'r') as file:
                                        questions = file.read().split('\n')
                                    
                                    with open('answers.txt', 'r') as file:
                                        answers = file.read().split('\n')
                                    
                                    
                                    random_idx = random.randint(0, len(questions) - 1)
                                    
                                    question = questions[random_idx]
                                    answer = answers[random_idx]
                                    

                                    TypeError: setProperty() takes 3 positional arguments but 4 were given error while using in pyttsx3

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                                    egnine.setProperty("voice", voices[1].id)
                                    engine.setProperty("rate", 178)
                                    

                                    Dictionary and Input: if the `input` contains any of the keys I want to print the value

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                                    import random
                                    words = {"good night": ["nighty night", "good night", "sleep well"],
                                             "good morning": ["good morning", "wakey-wakey!", "rise and shine!"],
                                             "hi": ["hello", "hey", "hola"]
                                             }
                                    
                                    text_punk = input("text something: ")
                                    
                                    greet_words = words.keys() #check if your key words is in input_text.
                                    word_available = [word for word in greet_words if word in text_punk]
                                    
                                    if word_available: # if words are available take the first of key.
                                        punk = random.choice(words[word_available[0]])
                                    
                                        print(punk)
                                        talk(punk) #this is for pyttsx3
                                    else:
                                        print("problem!")
                                    
                                    text_punk = input("text something: ")
                                    for msj,replies in words.items():#with items we get both the key and its value in one go
                                        if msj in text_punk:
                                            punk = random.choice(replies)
                                            print(punk)
                                            break #with this we stop the loop at the first match
                                    

                                    Pyttsx3 not working, process finished with exit code 0

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                                    engine = pyttsx3.init('sapi5')
                                    voices = engine.getProperty('voices')
                                    engine.setProperty('voices', voices[0].id)
                                    
                                    
                                    def speak(audio):
                                        engine.say(audio)
                                        print(audio)
                                        engine.runAndWait()
                                    
                                    
                                    # what you are missing
                                    # use your function to say something
                                    speak('Hello')
                                    

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                                    pip.main(["install", "requests", "--quiet"])
                                    

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                                    Community Discussions

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                                    • Google speech recognition not recognizing certain words / phrases like um and er | python
                                    • Python text to voice with pyttsx3
                                    • Wikipedia Library shows error if input not given exactly to the name of a page of wikipedia
                                    • Error when creating jarvis ai, object is not callable, etc
                                    • pyttsx3: can't set specified language
                                    • IndexError: tuple index out of range when I try to create an executable from a python script using auto-py-to-exe
                                    • No Audio with pyttsx3 Library in Python 3 (No errors)
                                    • Import &quot;speech_recognition&quot; could not be resolved
                                    • How to know what item is chosen from array using random library?
                                    • TypeError: setProperty() takes 3 positional arguments but 4 were given error while using in pyttsx3
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                                    QUESTION

                                    Google speech recognition not recognizing certain words / phrases like um and er | python

                                    Asked 2022-Apr-01 at 02:56

                                    So it seems google speech recognition is taking out certain parts of my speech like um, er and ahh. The problem is I want these to be recognized, I can not seem to figure out how to enable this.

                                    Here is the code:

                                    import pyttsx3
                                    
                                    recognizer = speech_recognition.Recognizer()
                                    
                                    vocal_imperfections = 0
                                    
                                    vi_list = ['hmm', 'umm', 'aha', 'ahh', 'uh', 'um', 'er']
                                    
                                    while True:
                                        try:
                                            with speech_recognition.Microphone() as mic:
                                                recognizer.adjust_for_ambient_noise(mic, duration=0.2)
                                                audio = recognizer.listen(mic)
                                                text = recognizer.recognize_google(audio, language='en-IN', show_all=True)
                                                #text = recognizer.recognize_ibm(audio)
                                                if text != []:
                                                    text = text['alternative'][0]['transcript']
                                                    if any(word in text for word in vi_list):
                                                        vocal_imperfections = vocal_imperfections+1
                                                    print(text)
                                                    print(vocal_imperfections)
                                    
                                    
                                        except speech_recognition.UnknownValueError():
                                            recognizer = speech_recognition.Recognizer()
                                            continue
                                    

                                    It works as wanted just google takes out the vocal imperfections. Does anyone know how to enable this, or alternative free real time speech recognition that will recognize vocal imperfections?

                                    Example: If I were to say: "um, I think today is the 30th" Google would return: "I think today is the 30th"

                                    ANSWER

                                    Answered 2022-Apr-01 at 02:56

                                    I took a look at the Google Cloud Speech-to-text API docs and didn't see anything relevant (as of March 2022). I also came across these related resources:

                                    All evidence suggests that it isn't possible to use the Google Cloud Speech-to-text service (at this time), and that you'll have to seek alternative services. I won't rehash the alternatives listed in the resources, but several are provided and you'll have to pick which one best suits your particular needs.

                                    Also, you may already know this (so apologies if you do), but these types of words are typically called "filler" and/or "hesitation" words. That might be helpful to you while researching the topic.

                                    The good news is that the SpeechRecognition module (I think that's what you're using based on your code) supports several different engines, so hopefully one of those provides filler words.

                                    Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71682150

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                                    Vulnerabilities

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                                    Install pyttsx3

                                    If you get installation errors , make sure you first upgrade your wheel version using : pip install --upgrade wheel.
                                    If you are on a linux system and if the voice output is not working , then :.
                                    If you are on a linux system and if the voice output is not working , then : Install espeak , ffmpeg and libespeak1 as shown below: sudo apt update && sudo apt install espeak ffmpeg libespeak1

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