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Did you see this site what has made the high quality video.?

Illia Horenko 4 months ago 0

HI, Mr.Gil.

I have found this site what is making the avatar video.

The video quality is very good.

Please check this video.

https://we.tl/t-MiluOsgxP6

I have sent your the messages to you via your mail.

But you haven't responded.

I hope your answer.

 Warm  regards.

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VIdeo bit rate

Illia Horenko 5 months ago in SitePal Gold updated 5 months ago 20

I have generated the video.

This bit frame is 24 fps.  I want to show this on television.

So I need 60 fps video. This is the reason why I am using this SitePal.com account.

Please help me.

 I am waiting for your reply.

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play upon load

dell.allen 5 months ago in SitePal Gold updated by Gil Sideman 5 months ago 2

is it possible to play upon loading a series of scenes -- without showing the play -pause button?

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Gil Sideman 5 months ago

Hello!

There are several options I'd like to suggest.

First - to remove controls from the SitePal Scene, uncheck "display controls" option when grabbing your embed code.


To play a series of Scenes -


a. We offer an enterprise level version of the SitePal product called the "Avatar Studio" that includes the ability to create sequences of Scenes, which can play in sequence (with or without controls).

If this is of interest - please send a note to sales@sitepal.com for pricing & info.

b. Using the Client API you can play a sequence of audios - either recorded audios (using 'sayAudio' function) or TTS audios (using 'sayText' function). It is quite simple to do - as our player supports queing of pending playback requests.

This is not exactly what you asked - but it may be good enough.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Gil

The SitePal Team

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Multiple Audio

conteudo 6 months ago in SitePal Platinum updated by Gil Sideman 6 months ago 2

Is it possible to program a scene to always play multiple audio (text-by-speech) in an exact order?

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Gil Sideman 6 months ago

Yes, you can easily do so using the API.

As you make successive calls to "sayText" they can be queud for playback in sequence.


There is no limit to how many audios you can queue in this way.


Here's a good technical example:

http://www.oddcast.com/support1/tts_limit.html


Hope this is helpful,

Best regards,

Gil

The SitePal Team

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Subtitle

conteudo 6 months ago in SitePal Platinum 0

Please, is it possible to generate subtitles embed to the videos from the text-to-speech?

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Under review

AI not using the <srai> tags or writing to memory

KarleighBon 1 year ago in SitePal Gold updated by Gil Sideman 1 year ago 10
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Under review

How to embed a scene in angular

mumo-dev 2 years ago in SitePal Platinum updated by Gil Sideman 1 year ago 17
+1
Under review

avatar movement on mouse is not with respect to avatar position where it is displayed.

Parvez 2 years ago updated by Gil Sideman 2 years ago 3
+1
Under review

C# Windows form application avatar

Ahmed 3 years ago in SitePal Platinum updated by Gil Sideman 3 years ago 9
+1
Under review

pronucnciation control for TTS

joewalsh 4 years ago in SitePal Platinum updated by Gil Sideman 4 years ago 1