Tag: audio

Feb 01 2018

Skype is now available as a snap

In this announcement, https://insights.ubuntu.com/2018/02/01/skype-now-available-as-a-snap-for-linux-users/ we find out that Skype is now available as a snap package for Linux distributions. For Ubuntu, this means that we can install from the Ubuntu Software. Other distributions that have both Gnome Software and snap package support in Gnome Software, they can install as well. Here is how it looks, …

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Oct 03 2014

Google Speech API now supports Greek in Speech recognition

With the speech recognition that is available in the Google Speech API, it is possible to get voice converted into text. Here is an example on how to do this for Greek using Ubuntu. First, lets record a short sample of speech. $ arecord –format=S16_LE –rate=16000 –duration=3 myvoicerecording.wav We use the arecord command (package: alsa-utils) …

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