Unfortunately though, it doesn't seem to work in Foobar 0.9.6.7
Quote from: cmyden on 02 July, 2010, 01:31:16 PMUnfortunately though, it doesn't seem to work in Foobar 0.9.6.7According to the foobar2000 SDK page, all components compiled with the 2010-01-09 SDK release or newer (I am using the 2010-05-21 release) require at leas foobar2000t v1.0. I'm sorry, but the only solution I can suggest at this time is to upgrade your version of foobar2000. I will poke around a bit, but I'm not sure there is a way around this.
This makes me want to implement another setting to boost/drop the voice a bit, so something like that will probably be in the next release I'll play around with it a little to see what method seems to work best for that.
You can set the output for TTS in the SAPI control panel (sapi.cpl).
However changing the Windows settings (i.e. the volume of "M-Audio Delta AP multi") had no effect on the TTS voice in fb2k (or at least I thought it didn't) precisely because (I assumed) the TTS in foo_talktome is routed through the same output device as fb2k ("Delta AP 1/2").
Could you provide include/exclude feature?
It's very quiet for me when it's set to 100.
Seems I've to restart foobar2000 for the volume offset to activate.Actually, works to choose another output then change back to previous output.
Playback stops when foo_talktome hits a song with a different sample rate.i.e. plays fine with 41,100 Hz tracks, then playback stops when the next track is 48,000 Hz.This doesn't happen when foo_talktome is unticked.
Talk to me plugin forum:http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/forums/index....=81657&st=0I have neospeech voice installed, but it won't show up under Win. 7 Text to Speech voice selection.You mods do great job here
Thank you for making a TTS component for new foobar2000.I used the old version before, until it stopped working in newer versions.However, I found a way to get it announce the song, not optimal, but works.It requires a bit tinkering.This is what I used:Cepstral: TTS program.AMIP: For executing a command using swift.exe (comes with Cepstral).Preset in AMIP:/exec:(swift.exe) -p "%2 . by , %1"I tried your component, it's working perfectly!Even got another voice working, NeoSpeech Julie. It sounds really life-like.If anyone want to use additional voices on 64 bit(unless they already are), just change it from the 32 bit SAPI settings.C:\Windows\sysWOW64\speech\SpeechUX\SAPI.cplThanks again.