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i use Sphinx 4 for speech recognization.using this i take speech input into swing successfully.But now i want to take speech input into HTML page.
Is it possible to take speech input into HTML page?How?
 
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Sphinx, wow, cool. Never heard of it before. I don't have any experience wit it whatsoever, but when I googled it I noticed it was implemented in Java, if not in other languages.

Therefore, your choices might be:

(1) Java Applet, carrying the Sphinx packages, embedded within HTML page. A likely way to go.

(2) perhaps Flash somehow could embed it in an .swf file, but I don't know if Sphinx is compatible with Flash.
 
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Thanks.
yes i am trying it with applet.
 
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