Thanks for the work & the update!
On 27 Jan 2017 05:28, "Asaf Bartov" <abartov(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
Following Bodhisattwa's request, I have added an upload feature to the
(command-line) Linux version of this tool, so it can now batch-upload the
recorded pronunciation files to Commons on your behalf.
(Ideally, it should have used OAuth, but that would take longer to
If you want to use the new functionality, just get the latest pronuncify.rb
script from GitHub, *install the new dependencies* (see the README.md
file on GitHub for instructions), and enjoy! :)
(I'd love to know if any of you are using the tool.)
On Thu, Oct 22, 2015 at 8:23 PM Asaf Bartov <abartov(a)wikimedia.org> wrote:
(this is an announcement in my capacity as a volunteer.)
Inspired by a lightning talk at the recent CEE Meeting by our
Lars Aronsson, I made a little command-line tool
to automate batch
recording of pronunciations of words by native speakers, for uploading to
Commons and integration into Wiktionary etc. It is called *pronuncify*,
is written in Ruby and uses the sox(1) tool, and should work on any
Linux (and possibly OS X) machine. It is
available here, with
I was then asked about a Windows version, and agreed to attempt one.
version is called *pronuncify.net
<http://pronuncify.net>*, and is a
gooey GUI version of the same tool, with slightly
is available here, with instructions.
Both tools require word-list files in plaintext, with one word (or
per line. Both tools name the files according to
in [[commons:Category:Pronunciation]], and
convert them to Ogg Vorbis
you, so they are ready to upload.
In the future, I may add OAuth-based direct uploading to Commons. If you
run into difficulties, please file issues on GitHub, for the appropriate
tool. Feedback is welcome.
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