Speech/Sound Module Q's
I'm attempting to convert speech to text using speech's new recognize function, but when I pass a .m4a audio file (recorded using sound.recorder) through the recognize function, it gives a "corrupt" error. Am I using the wrong kind of audio file or something like that?
Can you post the code you've used?
import speech, sound, time
text = speech.recognize("audio.m4a")
I'm also unable to play back the audio using sound.Player, so it's probably me doing something wrong.
The problem is that you're creating two separate
Recorderobjects instead of stopping the one you've created for recording.
This should work better:
import speech, sound, time rec = sound.Recorder("audio.m4a") rec.record() time.sleep(3) rec.stop() result = speech.recognize("audio.m4a") print(result)
@omz this works! Thank you so much!
Hi - I'm wondering how you knew about sound.Recorder. I'm looking at the documentation at
which doesn't mention it at all. (I also noticed that sound.play_effect accepts two additional undocumented arguments. I haven't figured out what the fourth does; the fifth appears to cause the sound to loop until stopped if it's anything other than 0.)
Is there additional documentation or a forum post describing sound.Recorder that I'm missing?
@oakandsage The documentation on the website is a bit outdated I think. You should look at the offline documentation inside the app, that one is usually up-to-date.
Oh! Thank you -- I had assumed the in app documentation was accessing either the website or a cached copy of it! But I see now it is more complete.
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