ASR localization - Activated!!!

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Re: ASR localization - Activated!!!

Postby bedo2991 » Wed Nov 20, 2013 5:18 pm

omba_de wrote:Well.. Still not available in German. (Although it's "replying" (can't hear you; once again) in German....

That's encouraging, I thought it wasn't working because of my bad german pronunciation! :D
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Re: ASR localization - Activated!!!

Postby bedo2991 » Thu Nov 21, 2013 10:06 am

omba_de wrote:
AlanOfTheBerg wrote:...
Not sure what's up with German ASR... :(

I just wonder if any (except English) of the 16 other languages is working correctly.
I'm even not sure which commands I've to enter...
What is written in the settings is: "traffic jam", "navigate to (home/ work)", "stop navigation", and "back" (for step backwards?!)
I've tried those in German. Even different words.
-> No way to activate it :(


As I was saying few post above this, German ASR doesn't work because who translated it didn't pay attention to the case of the words, and translated small letters in capital letters (as any precise German person would do :D ).

For example "report" is translated in "Bericht". Your ASR will probably understand you saying "berich" but it won't match with "Bericht".

Contact Argus Cronos and tell him to change the translation following the original capitalizing method. Then make him ask Waze to push the German ASR file to the clients as soon as possible.
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Re: ASR localization - Activated!!!

Postby bedo2991 » Thu Nov 21, 2013 3:36 pm

argus-cronos wrote:I definitely do not believe, that it has something to do with capitalization. All tts stuff works fine, people simply do not know the comands, this will change... And why should a B left out a t?

I misspelled it, to me German looks like Chinese, I didn't notice the missing t.

Ok, so leave it this way and have fun then. :D
Other users who want to have a working ASR should edit their lang.deutsch_asr file in the Waze folder to make it work correctly.
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Re: ASR localization - Activated!!!

Postby bedo2991 » Fri Dec 20, 2013 8:57 am

I think ASR simply uses the TTS language (not the registered one) you chose. If you change this voice without restarting the new one will read the old file (and in some case another languange).
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Re: ASR localization

Postby edsonajj » Thu Oct 17, 2013 1:29 pm

ASR localisation has now started!
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ASR localization - Activated!!!

Postby edsonajj » Fri Dec 20, 2013 12:44 am

In my experience the ASR uses the language setting from the general app (not the instructions) I live in México but use mostly English and that's what my ASR expects; when testing the Spanish Latin America TTS I change the language and restart the app.
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Re: ASR localization - Activated!!!

Postby IngomarL » Tue Dec 17, 2013 9:11 pm

omba_de wrote:
orit_y wrote:...
Happy to let you know have enable the ASR in 16 languages!!!

Well.. Still not available in German. (Although it's "replying" (can't hear you; once again) in German....


Hi
Does ASR use automatically the default language settings of the country you are in....?

I am asking because I have an all-English setup in Brazil, only ASR speaks to me in Portuguese and expects to be talked back to in Portuguese.

If this is the case, it is possibly not the wisest decision, just think of heavy national holiday travel all around Europe....

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Re: ASR localization - Activated!!!

Postby IngomarL » Mon Jan 06, 2014 9:48 pm

bedo2991 wrote:I think ASR simply uses the TTS language (not the registered one) you chose. If you change this voice without restarting the new one will read the old file (and in some case another languange).


Happy New Year!

I cannot confirm this info. The TTS-language behaviour keeps unexplainable to me. I have tried different combinations of these settings:

Android 2.3: German
ASR: Brazilian-Portuguese, English-US, English-UK, German
TTS: German, English-US, English-UK, Brazilian-Portuguese
Initial GPS-location: Brazil, Czech Republic, UK, Austria

Restarted the application after each change of settings, of course.

Still, I am not able to predict TTS-behavior yet. MOSTLY I manage to keep TTS stick to English-US or English-UK, but the system still keeps surprising me by switching to German or Portuguese in an unpredictable way.

anybody found any clues on the support pages or in any language wiki yet, on how TTS and ASR and GPS-location interfere with each other?

Cheers, keep wazing!
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Re: ASR localization

Postby leocylau » Thu Oct 17, 2013 7:40 pm

hooray :mrgreen:
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ASR localization - Activated!!!

Postby milkyway35 » Thu Jun 13, 2013 9:29 am

Orit,

Is it possible to translate ASR feature ? and start enabling the feature outside the USA.
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