Enabling continuous speech recognition on Windows 10
Last reviewed: 2/8/2021
HOW Article ID: H022101
The information in this article applies to:
- Audio Search
- Chant Developer Workbench 2020
- SpeechKit 9
Chant Audio Search, Developer Workbench 2020, SpeechKit 9, and Talk&Listen support continuous speech recognition on Windows 10. Continuous speech recognition must be enabled before it can be used by desktop and UWP applications.
Chant tools and libraries provide application access to Windows speech technologies.
Command and grammar recognition is automatically enabled on Windows 10. SpeechKit Command and Grammar samples, Talk&Listen with commands and grammars, the Grammar editor in the Chant Developer Workbench IDEs (desktop and UWP) with grammar-based speech recognition, and the Speech Recognizers tab in the Chant Developer Workbench IDEs (desktop and UWP) can be used with command- and grammar-based speech recognition.
To use continuous speech recognition on Windows 10, it must be enabled.
Step 1: Open Windows Settings by selecting the Settings icon from the Start Menu and select the Time & language.
Step 2: Select the Speech tab.
Step 3: Click on the Speech privacy settings option.
Step 4: Toggle Online speech recognition to On.
Once continuous speech recognition is enabled, Audio Search, SpeechKit, Talk&Listen, and Dictation Vocabularies on the Speech Recognizers tab in the Chant Developer Workbench IDEs (Desktop and UWP) can be used with continuous speech.