3 votes

Software to create automatic subtitles (OS X)

This Python 2 script use Google Web Speech API and FFmpeg to generate subtitles: https://github.com/agermanidis/autosub
yasondinalt's user avatar
3 votes

linux spech to text (for german)

You can use Vosk, it supports German, runs offline and can transcribe speech with Python. You can also use the speech recognition server from docker. Latest big German model is here (1 Gb): https://...
Nikolay Shmyrev's user avatar
2 votes

Android keyboard with *offline* speech-to-text that does not use Google services

TL;DR: afaik there is still no app, but open source backends now exist, so maybe it is easy to wrap it in a keyboard application I've started to build a prototype. About 5 years ago I discovered voice ...
Fabio's user avatar
  • 21
2 votes

MP3/WAV to text (speech recognition)

Watson's Speech to Text This is the online demo of IBM Watson Speech to Text service. You may also use with any of SDKs available on their page. It can take a WAV file but not MP3, so you will want ...
Theraot's user avatar
  • 348
2 votes
Accepted

Linux Command-Line Dictation

A Python utility to cover your bases: https://github.com/Uberi/speech_recognition Installation pip install SpeechRecognition Transcribing from WAV via command line: check https://github.com/Uberi/...
Deer Hunter's user avatar
2 votes

On-device alternative to Android's Speech Recognition Engine?

You can use Mozilla's DeepSpeech. Some people have reported it works on Android: https://github.com/mozilla/DeepSpeech/issues/1215 https://discourse.mozilla.org/t/offline-speech-recognition-on-mobile/...
Franck Dernoncourt's user avatar
2 votes

Offline JavaScript speech recognition library

Sure, check Pocketsphinx.js a pocketsphinx port created with emscripten To learn more about pocketsphinx check the tutorial.
Nikolay Shmyrev's user avatar
2 votes

On-device alternative to Android's Speech Recognition Engine?

You could use Termux-DeepSpeech and configure Android to use that instead of the "OK Google" voice assistant. It's offline and open source since it's based on Mozilla's DeepSpeech. Do note however, ...
Forivin's user avatar
  • 291
2 votes

Speech Recognition: Free Software and Complete Privacy

Some list I did when asking Is there any decent speech recognition software for Linux?: CMU Sphinx CVoiceControl Ears Julius Kaldi (e.g., Kaldi GStreamer server) IBM ViaVoice (used to run on Linux ...
Franck Dernoncourt's user avatar
2 votes

Speech Recognition Javascript API that recognizes standard hardcoded words via Probability

Tensorflow, the deeplearning framework by Google, is available in JavaScript. Many things can be done with it, and speech recognition is one of them. There is a very good codelab explaining how to ...
Nino Filiu's user avatar
2 votes
Accepted

Library to build a bot that can interview people over the phone

From what I can tell, you're looking at five primary components here: The dialer, responsible for placing the initial call, and handling the other phone related aspects. The core survey software, ...
Austin Hemmelgarn's user avatar
1 vote
Accepted

Is there some program to speak on the micropohone and get the recognized text along with a translation to other language

Can't you see the microphone icon in Google Translator? I can easily speak my texts in both desktop and mobile after clicking that icon. You could also use a browser add-on like "Speech ...
Markus's user avatar
  • 1,138
1 vote

Automatic transcription software for phone audio recordings

Modern speech recognition requires loads of resources and powerful GPU servers for best accuracy. If you want to run on the phone the accuracy will not be sufficient, it will not handle noisy calls, ...
Nikolay Shmyrev's user avatar
1 vote

Speech Recognition: Free Software and Complete Privacy

The Python package vosk-api ticked my boxes: open source, respects privacy (works 'offline'), and supports the languages I'm interested in: English, French, Spanish. The list of supported languages, ...
PatrickT's user avatar
  • 143
1 vote

On-device alternative to Android's Speech Recognition Engine?

I'm currently doing my own research on this, and here are the top contenders I'm finding as of April 2024: Free / Open Source Solutions whisper.cpp: This is a cross-device compatible implementation ...
Julian's user avatar
  • 111
1 vote
Accepted

Speech Recognition: Free Software and Complete Privacy

You can try Vosk. It works on OSX with Python3.8, Windows and Linux. Supports 9 languages - English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Russian, Turkish, Vietnamese. More to come. Works ...
Nikolay Shmyrev's user avatar
1 vote

A software that makes subtitle for a movie?

I used to translate shows in my native language. By far the easiest one I have found is Subtitle Edit. https://github.com/SubtitleEdit/subtitleedit/releases Subtitle Edit is a free (open source) ...
Sonamor's user avatar
  • 1,133
1 vote

Python offline speech recognition?

You can try Kaldi, it is not easy to install, but it is more accurate than pocketsphinx. For local decoding you can use something like https://github.com/alphacep/vosk-server/ the model is here http://...
Nikolay Shmyrev's user avatar
1 vote

On-device alternative to Android's Speech Recognition Engine?

My company develops SDKs for on-device speech recognition for iOS and Android devices. https://keenresearch.com We have trial SDKs and couple of PoC apps on Github that you can use to evaluate the ...
Ognjen Todic's user avatar
1 vote
Accepted

Customizable speech recognition

I wrote my own. Its rough, but it works. HNxVoiceCommand
Hydranix's user avatar
  • 211
1 vote

Customizable speech recognition

You can use Dragon NaturallySpeaking: works on Microsoft Windows nonfree allows to define customize voice commands (you need the professional version for Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13 and below) ~500 ...
Franck Dernoncourt's user avatar
1 vote

On-device alternative to Android's Speech Recognition Engine?

You can use Vosk, an open source speech recognition engine. Android demo is here. Supports 9 languages - English, German, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Russian, Turkish, Vietnamese. More to ...
Nikolay Shmyrev's user avatar
1 vote
Accepted

Speech recognition software application or website for speech-to-text conversion?

https://transcribe.wreally.com/guide/how-to-transcribe-semi-automatically-using-dictation/ "supports several languages including English, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Chinese, French, Hebrew, ...
aparente001's user avatar
1 vote

Most accurate speech recognition for high-quality audio Spanish

https://transcribe.wreally.com/guide/how-to-transcribe-semi-automatically-using-dictation/ supports several languages including English, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Chinese, French, Hebrew, Italian,...
aparente001's user avatar
1 vote

Transcriber software for Windows?

I recommend https://transcribe.wreally.com for transcribing. You can use it with any language. You use it in the Chrome browser but you don't have to be connected to the internet while using it. If ...
aparente001's user avatar
1 vote

App to help hard of hearing (HoH) for phone calls/conversations/public lectures

RogerVoice seems interesting for cell phone calls using Android phones. http://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rogervoice.app&hl=en) This application converts voice to text for the ...
Ira Baxter's user avatar
  • 1,134
1 vote

MP3/WAV to text (speech recognition)

On Windows there's the Speech Recognition API, which is very easy to use, as in a few function calls, and you're all set. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj127860.aspx Otherwise, albeit ...
neuro_sys's user avatar
  • 131
1 vote

Game based on speech recognition

There is a game that I know using speech recognition. The Howler, it's a strategy game which uses gravity, tension, and wind currents to get your hot air balloon to its destination. You use ...
meisyal's user avatar
  • 1,121
1 vote

Open Source alternative to Wit.ai

Snips.ai is an alternative now (2019). Open source and privacy respecting. Their code is on github Edit: their console is not open source anymore since it was aquired by sonos.
Massagran's user avatar
  • 111
1 vote

MP3/WAV to text (speech recognition)

OpenAI's Whisper (off-line, MIT license, Python 3.9, CLI) yields some highly accurate transcription. To use (tested on Ubuntu 20.04 x64 LTS but it also works on Windows): conda create -y --name ...
Franck Dernoncourt's user avatar

Only top scored, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible