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Any speech to text conversation python library for Linux and mac box

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Hello all,Im looking for speech to text conversation python library for linux and mac box, I found few libraries but non of them supports any of these platform.I found following libraries speech, dragonfly and pyspeech supports only windows and sphinx for linux.

posted Jun 13, 2013 by anonymous

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You will not do the speech analysis directly in Python - you always will do that in an external library.
Thus, your first (not Python related) task is to find such a library available for the platforms you are concerned about.

Then you find out how this library can be used by applications. Should the library provide a C level interface, then it is not too difficult to use "Cython" to realize a Python bridge for it.

Should the library provide a process based interface, then you can use Python's "subprocess" module.

answer Jun 13, 2013 by anonymous
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Not a Python library, but maybe you can work with http://cmusphinx.sourceforge.net/

answer Jun 13, 2013 by anonymous
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