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Download Speech Platform

Step #1 – Download

This package allows new users to try and evaluate all Phonexia speech technologies easily, either directly using Speech Engine (via REST API), or using the demo/testing GUI application named Phonexia Browser.

Hardware requirements
recommended:  Intel Core i7 or better, 32 GB RAM, 10+ GB storage (SSD preferred)
minimum:           Intel Core i5, 16 GB RAM, 10 GB storage (SSD preferred)
See also additional information on Recommended OS and HW page.


Speech Platform 3.57.0 for Windows 64-bit 3.9 GB


Speech Platform 3.57.0 for Linux 64-bit 3.9 GB

    ⓘ Package content
    • Speech Engine – technologies included:
      • Speech To Text (STT) – model EN_US_6 (US English)
      • Keyword Spotting (KWS) – model EN_US_6 (US English)
      • Phoneme Recognizer (PHNREC) – model EN_US_6 (US English)
      • Speaker Identification 4 (SID4) – model XL5
      • Diarization (DIAR) – model XL4
      • Language Identification (LID) – model L4
      • Gender Identification (GID) – model XL5
      • Age Estimation (AGE) ) – model XL5
      • Voice Activity Detection (VAD) – model GENERIC_3
      • Speech Quality Estimation (SQE)
      • Time Analysis Extraction (TAE)
      • Waveform Denoiser (DENOISER)
    • Phonexia Browser
    • example audio
      (in ./BROWSER/example/ and ./SPE/bsapi/{technology}/example/)

    Step #2 – First start

    NOTE: These steps are valid for testing the technologies results, using the Phonexia Browser GUI tool. For testing the REST API, follow the documentation and videos linked below.

    1. Ensure you have obtained license (license.dat).
      To obtain evaluation license, contact your Phonexia sales manager, or ask at [email protected]).
    2. Unzip the downloaded package (ZIP) to a location of your choice (e.g. ~/Phonexia/).
    3. Save the license.dat file to the root of the Speech Platform directory (e.g. ~/Phonexia/).
    4. Run ./ (Linux) or run_browser.cmd (Windows).
    5. Set up wizard will be launched automatically and help you with the first start.
    6. You can use example data included in the ZIP package (located in ./BROWSER/example/).

    Step #3 – Check Documentation and Tutorials