Epos is a rule-driven Text-to-Speech (TTS) system primarily designed to serve
as a research tool. Epos is (or tries to be) independent of the language
processed, linguistic description method, and computing environment.
Currently supported languages are Czech, Slovak, Latin and Vogon.
This package contains a speech synthesizer without sound data. There are high
quality Czech voices available, you can fetch them from the Epos download page
at http://sourceforge.net/projects/epos .
Debian specific configuration:
- The package supports the /etc/default/epos file with the only configuration
variable EPOS_DAEMON_START_OPTIONS. The variable contains the options to
pass to the
Voice inventories, which are grouped in subdirectories of this directory,
are distributed separately as their development is fully independent
of the development of Epos itself: they differ from Epos and from each other
in authorship, licensing conditions, testing methodology, size and some
There is a single exception, the kubec-vq and vichova-vq voices.
It is possible to inclu
The seven files:
have been created by Ellen Vichova partly based on joint work
with Miroslav Ptacek and modified by Petr Horak.
All of these files are
(c) 1990-93, 2000, 2003 Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague.
All files in this directory as originally dist
This directory only contains naive prosody rules, which are normally
not used for Czech. A much bet
The files in this directory are a selection from the publicly available
mappings between the Unicode
epos (1:2.5.35-1) unstable; urgency=low
The package binaries were renamed in the upstream versi
say-epos - Epos
eposd - speech s
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