Is in Client API a function that accepts an array of words like
var names = ['Tom','Sara','Jack']
and time interval like 2 mls
and make a video with a character witch says this words with this time gap
for example Tom (2 mls wait) Sara (2 mls wait) ....
Hello Mohammad -
There is no such API option, but you can use the API function sayText, and in the text include appropriate tags to make the speech engine pause between the words.
The simplest solution is to use commas or periods as separators between the names. This will introduce a pause.
But if you want to precisely control the length of the pause then you need to use the SSML Break tag.
I can't post an example here - because the forum is designed to strip such tags, but please look in the Client API document, appendix B. See the examples at the bottom of page 36, and look for how the 'time' parameter is used to sepcify the precise length of the break in milliseconds.
Hope this helps,
The SitePal Team
Generally, preparing to use SitePal avatars on mobile devices is no different than using them in a web browser in general. Our characters are platform independent and work on all platforms and browsers, and that includes supporting the same API on all platforms, so there is nothing different you need to do.
And there is certainly nothing specifically different about Android.
What are you trying to do on Android?
Hi Van -
To do that you need to be able to export your SitePal avatar as a video, then add the video to your presentation.
The video generation and export feature is included with Platinum accounts, and can also be added to Gold accounts at extra cost. To find out more please send a note to email@example.com.
How can we remove this play, pause, repeat button from the player.
Hi Arin -
This has been implemented.
In the embed code, the 6th parameter (marked in orange in the code example) - governs whether controls would be displayed or not - change the 1 to 0 to hide controls.
AC_VHost_Embed(16187,450,600,'',1,1, 243560, 0,1,0,'a855d1dbf265f74a3d91c5b3ef2058a9',0);
For a full body character (embed syntax is different) change the parameter 'ct=1' to 'ct=0'
Hope this helps - lmk if any problem is encountered.
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