Voice profiles for Speakeasy

Voice profiles improve the accuracy of speech recognition by recording the way that a user says a term. These recordings help Speakeasy match what a user says to the terms that it is expecting.

To use voice profiles, the device must have version 2.1.35 of the Velocity Console and the Android Velocity Client installed. The device must also have version 1.0.26 of Speakeasy.

To use voice profiles with Speakeasy:

1.In the Velocity Console, the administrator enables the Voice profiles option for the host profile and provide the terms that you want the user to train on.

2.The administrator deploys the project and distributes the deployment files (including the Speakeasy files) to the device.

3.When a user is connected to the host, the Voice Training option is available in the Client menu. The user records the terms that the engine doesn't recognize well and saves the profile with a name. The profile is automatically applied.

The voice profile is disabled when all sessions are disconnected, but subsequent sessions can enable the voice profile, or erase the voice profile and create a new one. You can only have one voice profile on the device at a time.

Using voice profiles in Velocity does NOT require the !slot command in the grammar file. As long as the grammar files have the terms exactly as you want to train them, you do not need to modify the grammar files to use voice profiles in Velocity.

If there are multiple host profiles on the device with different training lists, the list for the currently active host profile is what the user trains on.