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A github repo of the openSMILE feature extraction tool. http://www.audeering.com/research/ope…
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## This repository is just a mirror of the openSMILE code. It'll be removed once the openSMILE team use Github to distribute openSMILE code. Responses to issues are not promised. openSMILE - open-source Speech and Music Interpretation by Large-space Extraction - Main authors: Florian Eyben, Felix Weninger, Martin Woellmer, Bjoern Schuller Copyright (C) 2008-2013, Institute for Human-Machine Communication, Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany Copyright (C) 2013-2015, audEERING UG (haftungsbeschraenkt) Copyright (C) 2016, audEERING GmbH (C) audEERING GmbH Gilching, Germany http://www.audeeering.com/ All rights reserved. See file COPYING for your rights when using this software. If you do not agree to these licensing terms, your are not allowed to use this software and must destroy all copies immediately. About openSMILE: ================ openSMILE is a complete and open-source toolkit for audio analysis, processing and classification especially targeted at speech and music applications, e.g. automatic speech recognition, speaker identification, emotion recognition, or beat tracking and chord detection. The toolkit was first developed at the Institute for Human-Machine Communication at the Technische Universitaet Muenchen in Munich, Germany. It was started within the SEMAINE EU-FP7 research project. The toolkit is now owned and maintained by audEERING GmbH, who provide intelligent audio analysis solutions, automatic speech emotion recognition, and paralinguistic speech analysis software packages as well as consulting and development services on these topics. An open-source version for private use, education, and research will always be available, next to commercial versions with additional features (such as more interface components) or commercial licenses for the open-source version. Documentation/Installing/Using: =============================== openSMILE is well documented in the openSMILE book, which can be found in doc/openSMILE_book.pdf. For quick-start information on how to compile openSMILE, see the file INSTALL. Developers: =========== Preliminary developer's documentation can be found in "doc/developer" and in the openSMILE book. Information on how to write and compile run-time linkable plug-ins for openSMILE, see the openSMILE book or take a look at the files in the "plugindev" directory, especially the README file. Getting more help: ================== If you encounter problems with openSMILE, and solve them yourself, please tell us via e-mail (email@example.com), so we can update the documentation or fix the code! If you cannot solve the problems yourself, please do also contact contact us, so we can solve the problem together and make openSMILE better.