Before you install speer, you need speex, and libspeex-dev:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install build-essential pkg-config speex libspeex-dev wget --no-check-certificate https://github.com/alotaiba/speer/tarball/release -O - | tar xz cd alotaiba-speer-* ./configure make sudo make install
speer input_speex_files_dir output_speex_files_dir
The output will be inside
output_speex_files_dir named "output.raw". You can use Audacity to import and play the file, or ffmpeg to encode to another format.
speer is a project of Abdulrahman Al-Otaiba, the project is dual-licensed under GNU GPLv3, and MIT. See LICENSE for more details.
I would like to thank the following people, and give them credit for their awesome work, that without them, this project would probably never seen the light:
- Applidium guys - For their awesome work at reverse engineering the Siri proxy, and open sourcing their tools
- Pete (plamoni) - For creating the awesome SiriProxy, which this plugin runs on top of.
- Google - For providing the speech recognition service, though it's undocumented, but I have to give you guys credit for this awesome work.