spd-say

manual page for spd-say 0.9.1

SYNOPSIS

spd-say [options] "some text"

DESCRIPTION

send text-to-speech output request to speech-dispatcher

OPTIONS

-r, --rate Set the rate of the speech (between -100 and +100, default: 0) -p, --pitch Set the pitch of the speech (between -100 and +100, default: 0) -R, --pitch-range Set the pitch range of the speech (between -100 and +100, de‐ fault: 0) -i, --volume Set the volume (intensity) of the speech (between -100 and +100, default: 0) -o, --output-module Set the output module -O, --list-output-modules Get the list of output modules -I, --sound-icon Play the sound icon -l, --language Set the language (ISO code) -t, --voice-type Set the preferred voice type (male1, male2, male3, female1, fe‐ male2 female3, child_male, child_female) -L, --list-synthesis-voices Get the list of synthesis voices -y, --synthesis-voice Set the synthesis voice -m, --punctuation-mode Set the punctuation mode (none, some, all) -s, --spelling Spell the message -x, --ssml Set SSML mode on (default: off) -e, --pipe-mode Pipe from stdin to stdout plus Speech Dispatcher -P, --priority Set priority of the message (important, message, text, notifica‐ tion, progress;default: text) -N, --application-name Set the application name used to establish the connection to specified string value (default: spd-say) -n, --connection-name Set the connection name used to establish the connection to specified string value (default: main) -w, --wait Wait till the message is spoken or discarded -S, --stop Stop speaking the message being spoken -C, --cancel Cancel all messages -v, --version Print version and copyright info -h, --help Print this info Please report bugs to speechd-discuss@nongnu.org

COPYRIGHT

Copyright © 2002-2012 Brailcom, o.p.s. This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option) any later version. Please see COPYING for more details.

SEE ALSO

The full documentation for spd-say is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and spd-say programs are properly installed at your site, the command info spd-say should give you access to the complete manual.

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