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1 Getting Started Featured

This help documentation contains a complete reference for the LumenVox speech products: the LumenVox Automatic Speech Recognizer (ASR), Text-to-Speech (TTS) Server, and the LumenVox Speech Tuner. If you are new to using LumenVox, you will likely want to start…

2 Release Notes Featured

14.2.100 (Apr 11, 2016): Improvements and New Features: Added new TTS1 Polish voices Jacek (Male), Agnieszka (Female), Ewa (Female) and US English voice Justin (Male Child) . Support for these new TTS voices was added to the Speech Tuner auto-complete functionality…

3 Downloading LumenVox Products

If you are using Linux, our recommendation for both downloading and installation is to use yum to manage the process for you. See Linux Installation for more information. To download the files manually (required on Windows and optional on Linux): Navigate…

4 Hardware Requirements

The LumenVox Speech Engine can run comfortably on most modern PC hardware, so long as that hardware is x86 compatible (note that LumenVox supports 64-bit operating systems for both Windows and Linux as of version 10.0). Determining the computing resources…

5 How Much Space Do I Need?

One question that comes up frequently is how much disk space do I need to Install LumenVox. The answer is… it depends. Linux vs. Windows Regardless of whether you are installing on Windows or Linux Operating Systems, the disk space required is pretty much…

6 Pre-10.5 Release Notes

These are release notes prior to LumenVox version 10.5 10.4.500 (May 25, 2012): Improvements and Major Changes: Changed ASR behavior to allow well-formed grammars that have a zero vocabulary size. This was previously prevented to avoid using malformed grammars,…

7 Upgrading LumenVox Products

When you first purchase a license for a product, you get access to our current released version of software. After that, software upgrades are covered as part of an annual maintenance contract. You will have have a software maintenance up to date to use any…

8 Using the Upgrade Analyzer

LumenVox provides a very useful application called LVUpgradeAnalyzer (in Windows) or lv_upgrade_analyzer (in Linux) which can be used to identify any potential problems that may be encountered when upgrading from an earlier version of LumenVox to some later…