The SAPI version responds just fine for me, Win 10 64-bit, latest build,
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Microsoft WindowsVersion 1709 (OS Build 16299.194 to be exact, NVDA
2017.4. I can also confirm, no artifacts. The addon version had
artifacts for me when I tried it, the Eloquence part, I didn't try
Vocalizer. I'm pretty sure both the SAPI version and addon have seven
day demos, so anybody can try them for a bit and see if they have any
issues before they decide whether to buy them or not.
I will say the one issue with responsiveness is that it can be slow to
load for the first time, e.g. if you use it as a SAPI synthesizer in a
game or such, it can take a bit to start up. But once it's started it's
fine, and if you run that game again later, it will start faster. I
don't know why that is and I wish they'd solve it, but it hasn't really
bothered me all that much, I guess I've just gotten used to it.
On 2/10/2018 15:59, Gene wrote:
There is a SAPI 5 version of Eloquence you can try. I haven't used it
in Windows 10. I've heard contradictory things about whether it is
responsive in Windows 10. It works properly aside from the
contradictory things I've heard about responsiveness. I tried it in
XP and it doesn't have any of the artifacts the add on has with
You aren't limited to the two choices you are describing.
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You know what really gets my goat though.
We have a perfectly decently cracked version which is good.
Maybe to combat this they decide to well put out a payed version.
But when your legal version is not as good you have an issue, but
obviously they don't, good luck to me buying their stuff though.
Maybe I will get vocaliser and their packages via atguys thats only
because inoetics are no more with their stuff, and well there is
acapella, it costs a bit more.
Tempted to get infovox but then I am uncertain.
Vocaliser which I do use from time to time in old realspeak form has
served me well.
On 9/02/2018 7:20 p.m., Vlad Dragomir wrote:
I'd like to join you all in being disappointed. I bought this addon
exactly because it offered Eloquence, and I ended up using Vocalizer
all the time because of this. Moreover, no updates, no improvements
whatsoever for three years, they seem to be no different from
Tiflotecnia. It seems to be so tempting to put a half-baked product
online and than sit down and see money poor in.
I know it's useless to complain like this, so let's cheer up and hope
for a change, miracles happen sometimes!