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回覆: 回覆: [css3-speech] Last Call for CSS Speech module

From: jtchen0901 <jtchen0901@itri.org.tw>
Date: Wed, 7 Sep 2011 21:52:46 +0800
Message-ID: <3E0C4659AB884B598C21A6A65A0468AB@private>
To: Daniel Weck <daniel.weck@gmail.com>, www-style list <www-style@w3.org>
Yes. The first idea of our team is to support the implementation of SSML 
phonemes on the SIGIL platform.
In addition, the CSS3 speech subset is expected to be implemented on the 
EPUB reader created by III on Taiwan,
which is a commercialized product available on many pad systems like 
Android.

For EPUB3, the rich-media feature like TTS support is important, 
particularly for the voice book.
However the voice-rate and voice-pitch have been omitted after the final 
internal working draft.
Since the voice rate and voice pitch are both essential in the TTS support,
It is recommended to keep both the voice-rate and voice-pitch properties in 
the final EPUB 3 draft.

Any idea ?

Sincerely.

Jiang-Chun Chen

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寄件者: "Daniel Weck" <daniel.weck@gmail.com>
日期: 2011年9月7日 14:42
收件者: "陳江村" <jtchen0901@itri.org.tw>
副本: "W3C style mailing list" <www-style@w3.org>
主旨: Re: 回覆: [css3-speech] Last Call for CSS Speech module

> Hello, let's hope there will be enough interest from implementors! :)
> Will your team be working on EPUB3 reading systems with support for TTS? 
> (CSS3 Speech subset, inline SSML phonemes, PLS pronunciation lexicons)
> Regards, Daniel
>
> On 7 Sep 2011, at 07:30, jtchen0901 wrote:
>
>> hi Daniel,
>> Sorry to response late.
>> The status of CSS3 Speech is stated as :
>> "The following features are at-risk and may be dropped at the end of the 
>> CR
>> period if there has not been enough interest from implementers:
>> voice-balance, voice-duration, voice-pitch, voice-range, and 
>> voice-stress"
>>
>> However, considering the content richness of voice books,
>> the characters of roles highly depends on the pitch of his/her voice,
>> and the pitch parameter would makes the the voice more vivid.
>> therefore I strongly encourage to keep the 'voice-pitch' attribute.
>>
>> Hope it's not too late.
>>
>> Jiang-Chun Chen
>>
>>
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>> 寄件者: "Bert Bos" <bert@w3.org>
>> 日期: 2011年8月19日 19:15
>> 收件者: "W3C style mailing list" <www-style@w3.org>
>> 主旨: [css3-speech] Last Call for CSS Speech module
>>
>>> The CSS WG just published what is intended to be the last working draft
>>> of CSS Speech:
>>>
>>>   http://www.w3.org/TR/2011/WD-css3-speech-20110818/
>>>
>>> The module contains the properties to style how a document is spoken by
>>> a speech synthesizer: voice, volume, speed, pauses, cue sounds, etc.
>>>
>>> The working group wants to verify that the draft is ready for
>>> implementation. That means: unless the feedback on this call for
>>> comments indicates problems, the next version will be a Candidate
>>> Recommendation.
>>>
>>> The deadline for comments is the 30th of September.
>>>
>>> The preferred place for comments is this mailing list, <www-
>>> style@w3.org>. If you send e-mail, please start the subject line with
>>>
>>>   [css3-speech]
>>>
>>> as I did on this message.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> For the CSS WG,
>>>
>>> Bert
>>> -- 
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