rhvoice 1.8.0+dfsg-3 source package in Ubuntu

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rhvoice (1.8.0+dfsg-3) unstable; urgency=medium

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Binary packages built by this source

librhvoice-audio2: RHVoice speech synthesizer - audio shared library

 RHVoice uses statistical parametric synthesis. It relies on existing open
 source speech technologies (mainly HTS and related software).
 .
 Voices are built from recordings of natural speech. They have small footprints,
 because only statistical models are stored on users' computers. And though
 the voices lack the naturalness of the synthesizers which generate speech
 by combining segments of the recordings themselves, they are still very
 intelligible and resemble the speakers who recorded the source material.
 .
 Initially, RHVoice could speak only Russian. Now it also supports English,
 Esperanto and Georgian. In theory, it is possible to implement support for
 other languages, if all the necessary resources can be found or created.
 .
 This package contains the audio shared library

librhvoice-audio2-dbgsym: debug symbols for librhvoice-audio2
librhvoice-core7: RHVoice speech synthesizer - core shared library

 RHVoice uses statistical parametric synthesis. It relies on existing open
 source speech technologies (mainly HTS and related software).
 .
 Voices are built from recordings of natural speech. They have small footprints,
 because only statistical models are stored on users' computers. And though
 the voices lack the naturalness of the synthesizers which generate speech
 by combining segments of the recordings themselves, they are still very
 intelligible and resemble the speakers who recorded the source material.
 .
 Initially, RHVoice could speak only Russian. Now it also supports English,
 Esperanto and Georgian. In theory, it is possible to implement support for
 other languages, if all the necessary resources can be found or created.
 .
 This package contains the core shared library

librhvoice-core7-dbgsym: debug symbols for librhvoice-core7
librhvoice-dev: RHVoice speech synthesizer - development files

 RHVoice uses statistical parametric synthesis. It relies on existing open
 source speech technologies (mainly HTS and related software).
 .
 Voices are built from recordings of natural speech. They have small footprints,
 because only statistical models are stored on users' computers. And though
 the voices lack the naturalness of the synthesizers which generate speech
 by combining segments of the recordings themselves, they are still very
 intelligible and resemble the speakers who recorded the source material.
 .
 Initially, RHVoice could speak only Russian. Now it also supports English,
 Esperanto and Georgian. In theory, it is possible to implement support for
 other languages, if all the necessary resources can be found or created.
 .
 This package contains the development files.

librhvoice5: RHVoice speech synthesizer - shared library

 RHVoice uses statistical parametric synthesis. It relies on existing open
 source speech technologies (mainly HTS and related software).
 .
 Voices are built from recordings of natural speech. They have small footprints,
 because only statistical models are stored on users' computers. And though
 the voices lack the naturalness of the synthesizers which generate speech
 by combining segments of the recordings themselves, they are still very
 intelligible and resemble the speakers who recorded the source material.
 .
 Initially, RHVoice could speak only Russian. Now it also supports English,
 Esperanto and Georgian. In theory, it is possible to implement support for
 other languages, if all the necessary resources can be found or created.
 .
 This package contains the shared library

librhvoice5-dbgsym: debug symbols for librhvoice5
rhvoice: Speech synthesizer - test tools

 RHVoice uses statistical parametric synthesis. It relies on existing open
 source speech technologies (mainly HTS and related software).
 .
 Voices are built from recordings of natural speech. They have small footprints,
 because only statistical models are stored on users' computers. And though
 the voices lack the naturalness of the synthesizers which generate speech
 by combining segments of the recordings themselves, they are still very
 intelligible and resemble the speakers who recorded the source material.
 .
 Initially, RHVoice could speak only Russian. Now it also supports English,
 Esperanto and Georgian. In theory, it is possible to implement support for
 other languages, if all the necessary resources can be found or created.
 .
 This package contains test tools

rhvoice-albanian: RHVoice speech synthesizer - Albanian voice

 RHVoice uses statistical parametric synthesis. It relies on existing open
 source speech technologies (mainly HTS and related software).
 .
 This package provides the Albanian voice

rhvoice-brazilian-portuguese: RHVoice speech synthesizer - Brazilian Portuguese voice

 RHVoice uses statistical parametric synthesis. It relies on existing open
 source speech technologies (mainly HTS and related software).
 .
 This package provides the Brazilian Portuguese voice

rhvoice-dbgsym: debug symbols for rhvoice
rhvoice-english: RHVoice speech synthesizer - English voice

 RHVoice uses statistical parametric synthesis. It relies on existing open
 source speech technologies (mainly HTS and related software).
 .
 This package provides the English voice

rhvoice-esperanto: RHVoice speech synthesizer - Esperanto voice

 RHVoice uses statistical parametric synthesis. It relies on existing open
 source speech technologies (mainly HTS and related software).
 .
 This package provides the Esperanto voice

rhvoice-kyrgyz: RHVoice speech synthesizer - Kyrgyz voice

 RHVoice uses statistical parametric synthesis. It relies on existing open
 source speech technologies (mainly HTS and related software).
 .
 This package provides the Kyrgyz voice

rhvoice-macedonian: RHVoice speech synthesizer - Macedonian voice

 RHVoice uses statistical parametric synthesis. It relies on existing open
 source speech technologies (mainly HTS and related software).
 .
 This package provides the Macedonian voice

rhvoice-polish: RHVoice speech synthesizer - Polish voice

 RHVoice uses statistical parametric synthesis. It relies on existing open
 source speech technologies (mainly HTS and related software).
 .
 This package provides the Polish voice

rhvoice-russian: RHVoice speech synthesizer - Russian voice

 RHVoice uses statistical parametric synthesis. It relies on existing open
 source speech technologies (mainly HTS and related software).
 .
 This package provides the Russian voice

rhvoice-tatar: RHVoice speech synthesizer - Tatar voice

 RHVoice uses statistical parametric synthesis. It relies on existing open
 source speech technologies (mainly HTS and related software).
 .
 This package provides the Tatar voice

rhvoice-ukrainian: RHVoice speech synthesizer - Ukrainian voice

 RHVoice uses statistical parametric synthesis. It relies on existing open
 source speech technologies (mainly HTS and related software).
 .
 This package provides the Ukrainian voice

speech-dispatcher-rhvoice: RHVoice speech synthesizer - speech dispatcher module

 RHVoice uses statistical parametric synthesis. It relies on existing open
 source speech technologies (mainly HTS and related software).
 .
 Voices are built from recordings of natural speech. They have small footprints,
 because only statistical models are stored on users' computers. And though
 the voices lack the naturalness of the synthesizers which generate speech
 by combining segments of the recordings themselves, they are still very
 intelligible and resemble the speakers who recorded the source material.
 .
 Initially, RHVoice could speak only Russian. Now it also supports English,
 Esperanto and Georgian. In theory, it is possible to implement support for
 other languages, if all the necessary resources can be found or created.
 .
 This package contains the speech dispatcher module to use RHVoice

speech-dispatcher-rhvoice-dbgsym: debug symbols for speech-dispatcher-rhvoice