Speech Engine (SPE) is developed as RESTfull API on top of Phonexia BSAPI. SPE was formerly known as BSAPI-rest (up to v2.x) or as Phonexia Server (up to v3.2.x). This page lists changes in SPE releases. Releases Changelogs Speech Engine 3.35.1 (10/13/2020) - DB v1600, BSAPI 3.35.1 Public release Fixed: Missing input stream task name in log messages Fixed: Missing arguments in "word not found" error messages (when using preferred phrases) Speech Engine 3.35.0 (10/01/2020) - DB v1600, BSAPI 3.35.0 Public release New: LID model L4 was promoted to production (LID BETA_L4 renamed to LID L4) New: Added new language tag…
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This document describes all licensing types for Phonexia product licensing available to our partners and customers. Each partner/customer can choose the licensing variant which best fits the current project or infrastructure. The document does not describe business conditions of Phonexia licensing. What is the License? The License is a formal agreement regarding “The Product Usage Rights” between Phonexia s.r.o. and a user of any Phonexia technology or Phonexia product. Licenses are issued by the Business Department for all speech technologies and products, and may be required in order to use utilities and tools developed by Phonexia or partners. For technical…
A: Windows: Open terminal in folder where sir.exe is located (hold Shift and click right mouse button in free space in windows explorer and select “open command window here”) Run PhxBrowser software with command: PhxBrowser.exe /spe-debug /spe-output SIR software will start with “SPE output” tab which shows the debug output of SPE Linux: Run PhxBrowser software in terminal with command: ./PhxBrowser --spe-debug --spe-output PhxBrowser software will start with ” SPE output” tab which shows debug output of SPE
A: Please send the licensing file (license.dat) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A: Please check that the licensing file (license.dat) file is stored next to VoiceInspector.exe application, if not please contact email@example.com.
Currently I’m trying to install the provided binaries for Linux, but I do get the following when running phxadmin: ./phxadmin: error while loading shared libraries: libasound.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory I’m trying to run this under CentOS 7. A: Please install sound libraries required for manipulation with audio files from official repository into your OS. For CentOS you may use: sudo yum install alsa-utils alsa-lib Hint: Great utility for finding subsequent Redhat/Fedora/CentOS libraries is https://www.rpmfind.net/linux/RPM/index.html
[Error] ApplicationStartup: Unhandled exception: BsapiException: SWaveformSegmenterI(/mnt/phxspe/home/phx/storage/dfs/a1cabcf7-c761-49f1 -a9bc-0a8209a09fd9.opus Requested segment (78056, 102056) is out of waveform range (0,91840). Any ideas what this means? A: It means that this opus file is created improperly and declares internally (in header) much more audio than available in real file. Please check your audio source/originator for proper functionality. Or use ffmpeg / sox utility as preprocessor of the audio and do audio normalization by self-conversion from opus to opus before recordings are processed through SPE.
I always get the same error messages: unable to connect to the SPE unable to start the localhost: giving up and kill the localhost. A: It might be because the initialization of SPE engine is too long. Phonexia Browser software treats it as initialization failure and kills the server. You can proceed as follows: Increase timeout in Settings > Speech Engine tab > First connection timeout Use fewer instances of technologies Use smaller models of technologies
Phonexia Browser application may return error "1007: Unsupported audio format" during uploading audio file. Please consider if your audio files are in . But if you need use as input audio recordings in other formats, you can configure SPE for audio automated conversion. As prerequisite install external tool for audio conversion. Recommend is ffmpeg utility, powerful and well documented. Please find your distribution package at http://ffmpeg.org Then continue as described below: Using Phonexia Browser with embed SPE Open the Browser configuration dialog by click on button "Settings" located in tool ribbon. Select tab "Speech Engine" and configure SPE as described…
A: Check if you didn't change your HW configuration or Operating System on the machine. Please ask your Phonexia contact if the issue still occurs.