The Speech Recognition API offered by HPE Haven OnDemand creates a speech-to-text transcript from an audio or video file. You can then use this output with other Haven OnDemand APIs, such as Concept Extraction or Add to Text Index, to gain further insight and analysis. The Speech Recognition API currently supports broadcast-quality audio in several languages, as well as telephony grade audio for some of those languages.
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- Broadband Modern Standard Arabic
- Broadband German
- Broadband Australian English
- Broadband Canadian English
- Broadband US English
- Telephony US English
- Broadband British English
- Telephony British English
- Broadband European Spanish
- Telephony European Spanish
- Broadband Latin American Spanish
- Telephony Latin American Spanish
- Broadband Farsi (Persian)
- Broadband French
- Telephony French
- Broadband Italian
- Broadband Japanese
- Broadband Dutch
- Broadband Brazilian Portuguese
- Broadband Russian
- Broadband Mandarin
The language of the provided speech. For the highest accuracy, use the option and model that most closely resembles your voice data. For example, to process voice mails recorded over a telephone network use the Telephony language option, if available. If you have a reasonable quality recording such as a webinar recorded with a good quality microphone, use the Broadband language.