|htsengine(1)||General Commands Manual||htsengine(1)|
hts_engine — HMM-based speech synthesis engine
hts_engine [options] [infile]
This manual page documents briefly the hts_engine command.
This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. Instead, it has documentation in the GNU Info format; see below.
hts_engine is a program that synthesize speech waveform from HMMs trained by the HMM-based speech synthesis system (HTS).
A summary of options is included below.
- -m htsvoice
- HTS voice files
- -od s
- filename of output label with duration
- -om s
- filename of output spectrum
- -of s
- filename of output Log F0
- -ol s
- filename of output low-pass filter
- -or s
- filename of output raw audio (generated speech)
- -ow s
- filename of output wav audio (generated speech)
- -ot s
- filename of output trace information
- use phoneme alignment for duration
- -i i f1 .. fi
- enable interpolation & specify number(i),coefficient(f)
- -s i
- sampling frequency [auto][ 1-- ]
- -p i
- frame period (point) [auto][ 1-- ]
- -a f
- all-pass constant [auto][0.0--1.0]
- -b f
- postfiltering coefficient [0.0][0.0--1.0]
- -r f
- speech speed rate [1.0][0.0-- ]
- -fm f
- add half-tone [0.0][ -- ]
- -u f
- voiced/unvoiced threshold[0.5][0.0--1.0]
- -jm f
- weight of GV for spectrum [1.0][0.0-- ]
- -jf f
- weight of GV for Log F0 [1.0][0.0-- ]
- -z i
- audio buffer size (if i==0, turn off) [ 0][0-- ]
- label file
generated spectrum, log F0, and low-pass filter coefficient sequences are saved in natural endian, binary (float) format.
If you installed hts-voice-nitech-jp-atr503-m001 in the current directory, the following command let you make a voice file from input.lab:
% hts_engine -s 48000 -p 240 -a 0.55 \ -m nitech_jp_atr503_m001.htsvoice \ -ow output.wav \ input.lab
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