Hi, I’m wondering if it is possible to stream the incoming audio from cmd Record, so that I can pass it off to another application for live processing. If so, how can this be accomplished?
Hi Can you give us an example; I am not sure what your are asking.
Sorry for not being specific enough. My understanding of cmd Record is that it will record audio to a file for a fixed number of seconds. This means that if I want to build an automated dialogue application using speech recognition (and I do want to build such an application) I cannot start the recognition process until the recording process has finished. This introduces some additional unnecessary delay into the dialogue.
Instead I would like to stream the audio into my recognizer, preferably inside of a fastagi script, using cmd Record (or some other application that enables this capability).
However, this involves bridging the entire call, and I’d prefer not to use voicexml anyway, and I already have an open source recognizer available to which suits my needs. If possible I’d like to build a starpy python fastagi script for my dialogue, use it to stream a new recording into my recognizer and get quick responses from my recognizer.
Is this possible? If it is possible, how can I get it implemented?
Hi, I’m wondering if it is possible to stream the incoming audio from cmd
Record, so that I can pass it off to another application for live processing. If
so, how can this be accomplished?