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# DeepSpeech Server

This is an http server that can be used to test the mozilla DeepSpeech project. You need an environment with DeepSpeech and a model to run this server.

## Installation

You first need to install deepspeech. Depending on your system you can use the CPU package:

pip3 install deepspeech

Or the GPU package:

pip3 install deepspeech-gpu

Then you can install the deepspeech server:

python3 setup.py install

The server is also available on pypi, so you can install it with pip:

pip3 install deepspeech-server

## Starting the server

deepspeech-server –model [model file] –alphabet [alphabet file]

where [model file] is the protobuf model that was generated by deepspeech and [alphabet file] is the alphabet dictionary. The dictionary file can be found in the “data” directory of the DeepSpeech sources.

You can also use deepspeech without training a model yourself. Pre-trained models are provided by Mozilla in the release page of the project (See the download section at the bottom):

https://github.com/mozilla/DeepSpeech/releases

## Using the server

Inference on the model is done via http post requests. For example with the following curl command:

curl -X POST –data-binary @[myfile.wav] http://localhost:8000/stt

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