Tailor pronunciations for maximum clarity. Chant LexiconKit enables you to edit locally installed lexicons (Cepstral, SAPI 4, SAPI 5, Nuance Vocalizer and VoCon 3200), create and delete lexicon word pronunciations on demand, export and import lexicon word pronunciations for ensuring maximum recognition accuracy and speech synthesis quality and more.
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What’s new in LexiconKit 4?
Now you can easily tailor word pronunciations within your applications using LexiconKit from Chant. This component library simplifies the process of managing word pronunciations for Swift API (Cepstral), SAPI 4, SAPI 5, Nuance Vocalizer and VoCon 3200 lexicon formats to use with your favorite speech recognizers and synthesizers.
Chant LexiconKit is comprised of software components that handle the complexities of managing and persisting word pronunciations. This allows your application to enhance the quality of speech recognition and speech synthesis and offer administrative features for maintaining word pronunciations.
LexiconKit includes ActiveX, C++, C++Builder, Delphi, Java, .NET Framework, Silverlight, and Web component library formats to support all your programming languages and provides sample projects for popular IDEs.
The goal of lexicon management is to adjust to the end user manner of speaking for enhanced speech recognition accuracy and speech synthesis quality. With LexiconKit your applications can:
Within Chant Developer Workbench interactive environment, you can: