Tomtom Loquendo Tts Download Voices

Tomtom Loquendo Tts Download Voices

Does anyone know if TomTom are ever going to release an Australian text-to-speech computer voice? They advertise that they have TTS and spoken street names, but the voices are garbage. The UK one can't pronounce the Australian words (e.g. Menai, Wollongong) and I've heard her mispronounce 'metres' (she said 'metters' instead of 'meetres'). The US ones also sound garbage, like the voice commands from an old computer, really clipped and not smooth at all.

Mar 07, 2009 I have manually downloaded the smaller english Loquendo TTS files for the tomtom but I a. To download the voice. Installing Loquendo tts files on tomtom. Disfrutar con Loquendo seguro ya conoces el Famoso programa de la vocesita esa de los videos de Youtube, 'la voz del anticristo', sin duda te preguntas como lo hacen.

Vocalign Pro 4 Keygen For Mac. The Navman/Mio Australian voice is really good, so it can be done. Thanks AUS_KING, but those are recorded voices. I'm talking about text-to-speech (TTS), where it reads out the name of the street or suburb. I've found out that my TomTom One (v4) uses the Vocalizer TTS engine (made by Nuance), as there is a 'VocalizerTTS' folder on my GPS. An alternative TTS engine is Loquendo. From the, it's the same software that Navman uses (as their voices are named Karen and Lee, too).

So my guess is that it would be quite easy for TomTom to release Australian voices, but they're too cheap to license it. Does anyone know if TomTom are ever going to release an Australian text-to-speech computer voice? They advertise that they have TTS and spoken street names, but the voices are garbage. Showcenter 200 Firmware Update.

The UK one can't pronounce the Australian words (e.g. Menai, Wollongong) and I've heard her mispronounce 'metres' (she said 'metters' instead of 'meetres'). The US ones also sound garbage, like the voice commands from an old computer, really clipped and not smooth at all. The Navman/Mio Australian voice is really good, so it can be done.

I've got a TomTom and had a Mio previously. The Mio isn't any better on TTS. No GPS is good at TTS because it's synthesised. A US friend tells me he gets weird pronounciations on his GPS over there, particularly Indian words. The TomTom is better than the MIO but struggles with Aborigianal words. 'Nunawading' is a classic — totally unintelligible.

My TomTom has male and female computer voices for TTS, plus US. That's better than the Mio which had only female US. A weird oddity of the Tom Tom that when it gives route numbers it spells part of them: 'State Route 42' is given as 'S-T-A-T-E Route 42'. This gets a bit annoying when it's a dual motorway and National route and 'National' gets spelled out.

As an example of the Mio's style, it used to send me down 'Louisiana Trobe Street'! The big difference between vocalizer and loquendo is that the vocalizer voices can be 'manipulated'. They are also much simplier than loqendo.

Loquendo voices need a lot of RAM and a good CPU to work properly – that's why on the small 32mb models you'll find vocalizer voicer and on the 64mb models loquendo as standard. In regards to the Australian computer voice: I had a long conversation with their support after countless(or better useless) Emails. They never really understood why it would be necessary to have a Australian voice because they claim there is no real difference in pronunciation between UK and AU English. The other thing would be that they don't use 'slang' terms in their computer voices. So I explained that the dialect would not matter at all,same for Aussi-typical words as they are not really needed for navigation.