kandi X-RAY | aeneas Summary
kandi X-RAY | aeneas Summary
aeneas is a Python/C library and a set of tools to automagically synchronize audio and text (aka forced alignment).
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Run the command
- Output an HTML file for tuning
- Log exception
- Check whether C extensions can run
- Synthesize a single subprocess
- Read audio data
- Convert a voice code to a subprocess
- Synthesize multiple text files using C extension
- Return the voice code for the given language
- Read text fragments from a text file
- Perform an audio stream
- Format the given sync map
- Perform a CLI command
- Read a wav file
- Write data to file
- Format sync map
- Perform the command
- Parse the timing string
- Draw the horizontal bar chart
- Read text files and parse them
- Synthesize a single Python helper
- Performs the command
- Perform a command
- Read text fragments from subtitles
- Perform audio command
- Synthesize a single python source
aeneas Key Features
aeneas Examples and Code Snippets
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from utils import split_words split_words(lyrics_dir, num_words) Y'ALL KNOW ME, Y AO L N OW M IY STILL THE SAME S T IH L DH AH S EY M # Here ph_dir is the directory that contains the phonemes as obtained from the prev # step. The file containing th
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python3 -u DeepSpeech.py \ --train_files /data/phonetic_speech_dta/train/train.csv \ --dev_files /data/phonetic_speech_dta/dev/dev.csv \ --test_files /data/phonetic_speech_dta/test/test.csv \ --train_batch_size 64 \
$python -m aeneas.tools.execute_task\ ara.mp4 ara.xml\ -r="tts=macos" "task_language=ara|os_task_file_format=srt|is_text_type=plain" ara.srt
python -m aeneas_execute_task "D:\My Documents\My Video\videoplayback.mp3" "D:\My Documents\My Videos\videoplayback.txt" "task_language=eng|os_task_file_format=json|is_text_type=plain" "D:\My Documents\My Videos\map.json"
Trending Discussions on aeneas
I have been trying to write tictactoe in c++ but I don't know why the if else statements aren't getting executed....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-25 at 08:57
Learn how to use a debugger
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-22 at 09:30
I think a lot of what you did, specifically around data wrangling, was not necessary, especially since you called
d3.cluster() afterwards. I've replaced this with
d3.stratify (which deals with hierarchical data that is not yet in the right format).
I've also replaced
d3.tree() because it was unclear to me why you'd want to use
d3.cluster here. Your data has multiple parents, multiple roots and even floating nodes, and d3 is not meant to deal with that. My workaround has been to attach pseudonodes to every level, so as to make sure that there is only one node and that all nodes are at the right level at all times. To make sure the links were drawn correctly, I've written a custom
getLinks function, that can deal with multiple parents.
I've also written a custom link generator that draws the links somewhat in the way that you want them. d3 doesn't offer much of flexibility here, but you can use the source code for inspiration.
I've changed the logic to be more focused on which "partners" got a child, so both links to the same child are on the same level - like in your picture. I've also drawn the nodes based on how many partners they have, and have given every link an offset so the lines are more distinct.
I've sorted the nodes so that the real pro-creators are at the top (Zeus), which gives a more balanced and less crowded view.
I am wondering why "if (ethos[name])" is already enough? Coz I would write if(name=ethos[name]). What does it mean? Thank you....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-11 at 13:15
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Install Python (2.7.x preferred), FFmpeg, and eSpeak
Make sure the following executables can be called from your shell: espeak, ffmpeg, ffprobe, pip, and python
First install numpy with pip and then aeneas (this order is important): pip install numpy pip install aeneas
To check whether you installed aeneas correctly, run: python -m aeneas.diagnostics
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