This repo contains the files used by the Riva team in creating TTS rmirs. Included are:
cmudict-0.7b_nv22.08: A text file where each line indicates a mapping from an English word to ARPAbet phone(s).
ipa_cmudict-0.7b_nv22.08: A text file where each line indicates a mapping from an English word to IPA phone(s).
abbr.txt: A text file where each line indicates a mapping from an abbreviation to the expanded word.
Primary use case intended for these models is speech synthesis.
These files are meant to be used at the
riva-build step when building TTS rmirs for use with
Riva. For more details, please see the Riva TTS documentation.
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