CocoaSpeechSynthesisExample

Last Revision:
Version 1.5, 2013-05-13
Updated nibs to xibs, now using Automatic Reference Counting (ARC), adopt current best practices for Objective-C (including use of properties, autosynthesis, and literals), replaced deprecated APIs.
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Build Requirements:
OS X SDK 10.7 or later
Runtime Requirements:
OS X 10.7 or later, Automatic Reference Counting (ARC)

Shows how to use the Speech Synthesis API from within a OS X Cocoa application. Once built, the application provides access to virtually all the features of the Speech Synthesis Framework. The application code provides examples of the following concepts:

- Word highlighting using the word callback. - Simple mouth animation using the phoneme callback. - Saving of generated speech audio data to a file. - Creation of a voice pop-up menu. - Starting, stopping, pausing and continuing of the speech generation process.