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Ok thank you, I’ll give it a try !
Cool thank you ! It is definitely faster now.
Do you have any other advices to optimize for short utterances ? Sometimes it’s hard to get Sphinx into the decoding process, I have to repeat several times the same word or to speak very close to the microphone. Maybe it’s a microphone configuration issue ?
My app runs on iPad.
Yes it is surely because Open Ears didn’t find the language model files. In my case, I have all the files needed by Open Ears in my bin folder from where I export my IPA. I’m am using the command line for the export so I don’t really know how it works with Flash but you have to include each file (language model, dictionaries, noise dictionary etc…)
Also, when debugging on your device, you can open the Organizer in Xcode, there you’ll find the console that will show everything logged from your Open Ears extension. It really helps debugging the extension.
Tell me if you got it working!
Yes, apparently it was kAudioSessionProperty_PreferredHardwareIOBufferDuration and kAudioSessionProperty_PreferredHardwareSampleRate that messed with AIR’s audio sessions settings.
Thank you very much for your quick answers!
Yes, sorry, I may be not very clear. I have an AIR app that launches a native process, in this case, Open Ears.
After some investigation, I commented every AudioSessionSetProperty in AudioSessionManager, and it’s working fine again (on iOS 5.1)… except on iPad 1 (iOS 4.3.5) : after Open Ears’ launch, sounds continue playing, but Open Ears doesn’t seem to “hear” anything, as when I’m talking, nothing happens.
Sounds I am actively playing in my main (AIR) app. They are working fine until open ears launches.
And if it may help, I’m not using Flite, so I don’t need Opean Ears to access to speakers
Ok, I just upgraded to 1.1. Still the same issue. Here is the log : http://dl.dropbox.com/u/14292529/log.txt
Yes I strictly followed these instructions. Open Ears is working perfectly well in both situations, it’s just on the AIR app side that sounds are muted with the 1.01 version.