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kechambe Mon, 11/26/2001 - 11:36
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RealSpeak is loaded by default with the demo system. There is no way to jump between RealSpeak to TTS3000 easily and it is not possible at all without a key with TTS3000 set.

Keith

Keith Chambers
Unity Technical Lead
Unified Voice Team, San Jose
Cisco Systems
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Anonymous (not verified) Tue, 11/27/2001 - 10:42
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So is TTS3000 the engine that sounds good or is it RealSpeak that sounds good? When you purchase Unity UM what engine does it come with?

Is there a key to demo the engine that sounds good, or is the demo for the engine that sounds good part of the standard unity demo system? Where do I find product information on the engine that sounds good? (I know, thats a nontech question, but maybe someone here knows...)



Anonymous (not verified) Tue, 11/27/2001 - 10:59
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The RealSpeak engine is considered to have more realistic audio quality. TTS3000 sounds more like a robot. TTS3000 is the default TTS engine that ships with Unity, RealSpeak has a more expensive license and is a bit more resource-intensive.



Scott Morgan
Cisco Systems TAC

dgrant Tue, 11/27/2001 - 00:09
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Also, RealSpeak is the TTS engine used in Demo mode

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