Please setup the Nvidia Container Toolkit before proceeding to pull the docker image.
Before running the container, ensure you have pulled the docker to get an up-to-date image. Once the pull is complete, you can run the container image and obtain an Autovox Trial Edition License Key.
The Autovox Nemo container provides a 14 day trial in partnership with Nvidia and is able to process up to 4 hours of audio or a maximum of 40 runs of the provided image. Please follow the instructions below for obtaining your trial license key. You may reach out to the Autovox team for a full unrestricted license for your organization.
Provide your details (such as name & email) on running the container. Please make sure you use your official email address for this purpose.A trial license key will be sent to the provided mail ID.
Run the container image to use the model as shown below
-- license refers to enter the trial license key received on the registered email
-- input refers to the audio file ( in .wav format and of 8kHz sample rate) to be transcribed
Upto 1.2 hours of sample audio is accessible here. You may use the provided sample audio to test the model or use your own audio files.** Please note that if you are trying transcription with your own audio files, the container only accepts audio files in the WAV format with a sample rate of 8Khz and the files would need to be pre-converted to this format. For other file types and formats, please contact the Autovox team for a full license.
This container has been tested on the below configurations, though not limited to the same.
|Ubuntu 20.04 LTS||Nvidia Tesla T4|
|Ubuntu 20.04 LTS||Nvidia A100|
The Autovox NeMo Hindi model is proprietary software developed and owned exclusively by Cogknit Semantics Pvt Ltd. The container provided and its contents must not be modified or redistributed without approval.
By pulling and using the container, you accept the terms and conditions of this End User License Agreement.
Please email or visit autovox.ai for extending the license and for general queries.