Provided by: flite_2.0.0-release-1_amd64
flite - A small simple speech synthesizer
flite [OPTION]... TEXTFILE [WAVEFILE]
This manual page documents briefly the flite command. This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does not have a manual page. Instead, it has documentation in /usr/share/doc/flite/ Converts text in TEXTFILE to a waveform in WAVEFILE. If text contains a space, it is treated as a literal textstring and spoken, and not as a file name. if WAVEFILE is unspecified or "play" the result is played on the current systems audio device. If WAVEFILE is "none" the waveform is discarded (good for benchmarking)
--version Output flite version number. -?, --help Output usage information. -o WAVEFILE Explicitly set output filename. -f TEXTFILE Explicitly set input filename. -t TEXT Explicitly set input text string. -p PHONES Explicitly set input text string and synthesize as phones. -s, --set FEATURE=VALUE Set feature (guesses type). --seti FEATURE=VALUE Set int feature. --setf FEATURE=VALUE Set float feature. --sets FEATURE=VALUE Set string feature. -b Benchmark mode. -l Loop endlessly. -v Verbose output.
flite_time(1), t2p(1), festival(1)
This manual page was written by Mario Lang <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others). February 25, 2003 FLITE(1)