Language and Speech

Customize language and speech for your AI characters with Convai. Create multilingual, interactive AIs.

Set Language

This section enables you to choose languages and voice settings for your character.

Multilingual Support : Addressing global language diversity, this multilingual feature enables widespread adoption of human-like AI systems for games and digital human applications. Currently supporting 21 languages, Convai is committed to ensuring more inclusive and accessible AI interactions across different cultures and regions.

You can use the language field to set up-to four different languages that your character can speak. These choices define the languages that the character can speak and does not affect the input language from the user. Currently convey supports the following languages: Arabic, Chinese (Cantonese), Chinese (Mandarin), Dutch, Dutch (Belgium), English, Finnish, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Russian, Spanish, Spanish (Mexico), Spanish (US), Swedish, Turkish, and Vietnamese. New languages are added on an ongoing basis.

Custom Pronunciations

Custom Pronunciations enhances the pronunciation capabilities of the character. It allows you to specify how certain words should be pronounced. This can be useful for words the character may struggle with or pronounce incorrectly.

To use this feature, add the word you want to specify in the "Word" column. Then, in the "Pronunciation" column, spell out how the word should sound using plain English letters and syllables.

For example, let's try the name "convai":

  • Spelled As: convai

  • Pronounced As: convey

Please note that entries in the Custom Pronunciations table are case-sensitive. This gives you control over pronunciations, allowing you to specify different pronunciations for capitalized and non-capitalized versions of the same word if needed.

New Word Recognition

The New Word Recognition feature enhances the character's speech recognition capabilities, allowing it to better understand unique or challenging words.

To use this feature, simply enter the word you want the system to learn in the "Spelled As" column. Then, in the corresponding "Pronounced As" column, spell out the word's pronunciation using easy-to-read syllables and sounds.

For example, let's try the name "Ankur":

  • Spelled As: Ankur

  • Pronounced As: Ahnkur

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