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Microsoft .NET Speech SDK Version 1.0 Beta 2: Mar 24

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    Microsoft® .NET Speech SDK is a developer's kit for adding speech interfaces to Microsoft ASP.NET Web applications. The SDK contains a wealth of resources—including Speech Controls, libraries, tools, and speech development tools—that enable developers to create applications that recognize spoken commands and depending on the mode, communicate a spoken or a visual response to the user.

    Microsoft .NET Speech SDK also includes documentation that provides a wide range of instructive and practical information. In addition to a Speech Controls reference, the documentation offers conceptual overviews, information about the set of tools contained in the SDK, and tutorials that demonstrate how to create specific types of applications. As an aid to help you locate the information that interests you most, the following section lists and describes the main areas of the documentation.
    If you have difficulties downloading the SDK, you can order it on a CD.

    Contents of the SDK

    Introduction to Microsoft .NET Speech SDK
    Gives an overview of the speech product offering, the Speech Controls and the modes of speech interaction a developer can add to an ASP.NET Web site.
    Getting Started for First-Time Users
    Covers hardware and software prerequisites, computer configuration, Microsoft .NET Speech SDK v1.0 Beta 2 functionality issues and additional sources of information. Please read this section before attempting to run samples or write applications.
    SDK Samples for Speech Controls
    Provides commented source code to for both multimodal and voice-only sample applications.

    Authoring Handbook
    Provides information on how to create a speech-enabled application, including best practices.
    Programmer's Reference
    Contains references for Speech Controls and Applications Controls, SALT, Speech Grammars, and Speech Output.
    Speech Tools for Visual Studio® .NET
    Provides reference information for the tools, as well as a step-by-step tutorial to help develop a speech-enabled application using the Visual Studio .NET speech tools.


    System Requirements
    Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows XP

    Check the comprehensive table of .NET Speech system requirements .
    Software Requirements



    Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS). (Must be installed before the Microsoft .NET Framework)
    Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or later.

    English Microsoft Visual Studio .NET Professional, Enterprise Architect, Enterprise Developer, or Trial Edition. (Required for installation of the Visual Studio .NET Speech Development Tools feature)
    Microsoft .NET Framework Service Pack 2. (Must be installed after IIS)
    Recommended: Install all available service packs and critical updates from Windows Update prior to running setup for the Speech SDK.

    Notes:



    Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 is not compatible with the Beta 2 release. If you have installed this version of the framework on your computer, please read HOW TO: Configure Microsoft .NET Speech SDK beta 2 for improved compatibility with Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 found here.
    Microphone: To achieve optimal performance, use a high quality close-talk (headset) microphone. A universal serial bus (USB) microphone with gain adjustment support is recommended

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...b4-9ce9-4750-9b54-e49268fbb5ff&DisplayLang=en

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    eddie
     
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