WaveDiff ActiveX Control v1.0 processes a input wave file using FFT and returns the accuracy of match found with a reference wave file
Version: 1.0WaveDiff ActiveX Control v1.0 processes a input wave file using FFT and returns the accuracy of match found with a reference wave file. With this you may recognize wave prompts in any language. Features: -Compares or Differentiates a given wave file from a set of reference wave files using FFT -Works with voice, audio frequencies and tones -Gives the closest match by getting the shortest Euclid distance of them all -Use WaveDiff to Recognize Keywords in any languages -Use WaveDiff to Recognize Numbers in any languages -Useful in computer telephony, ASP server side Speech Analysis and Secure Desktop Computing -ActiveX Control enables you to develop your own custom vocabularies -You can have real time dialogues with your user by switching vocabulary sets as per dialogue -Visit www.unitedresearchlabs.com for more information AUDIO FORMAT SUPPORTED WITH ADDITIONAL COST Raw files in various binary formats Raw textual data Amiga 8svx files Apple/SGI AIFF files SUN .au style files PCM, u-law, a-law G7xx ADPCM files (read only) mutant DEC .au files NeXT .snd files AVR files CD-R (music CD format) CVS and VMS files (continous variable slope) GSM files.
License: Free To Try $39.00
Operating System: Windows
Macintosh HCOM files Amiga MAUD files IRCAM SoundFile files NIST SPHERE files Turtle beach SampleVision files. Soundtool (DOS) files Yamaha TX-16W sampler files. Sound Blaster .VOC files Microsoft .WAV files PCM, u-law, a-law MS ADPCM, IMA ADPCM GSM Psion (palmtop) A-law WVE files Pseudo-file fomats that allow direct playing/recording from some audio devices under unix