A Python library to interface with Google Translate text-to-speech API
aiogTTS (asynchronous Google Text-to-Speech), a Python library to interface with Google Translate's text-to-speech API. Writes spoken mp3 data to a file or a file-like object (bytestring) for further audiomanipulation.
Original gTTS - https://github.com/pndurette/gTTS/ (75% of this repo)
- Customizable speech-specific sentence tokenizer that allows for unlimited lengths of text to be read, all while keeping proper intonation, abbreviations, decimals and more;
- Customizable text pre-processors which can, for example, provide pronunciation corrections;
$ pip install aiogTTS
import asyncio from io import BytesIO from aiogtts import aiogTTS async def main(): aiogtts = aiogTTS() io = BytesIO() await aiogtts.save('Привет, мир!', 'audio.mp3', lang='ru') await aiogtts.write_to_fp('Hallo!', io, slow=True, lang='de') asyncio.get_event_loop().run_until_complete(main())
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