This release provides new improved language packs for all Speechmatics' commercially available languages. Two new language packs
Cantonese (yue) and
Indonesian (id) are released. It improves on existing punctuation in several of these languages, as well as existing speaker diarization and custom dictionary features. Common numerals (entities) are now transcribed in a consistent and predictable fashion for a subset of languages. Additional data about these entities can be requested via the API.
It is now necessary to use processors that support Advanced Vector Extensions 2 (AVX2) when running the container in all scenarios in order to take advantage of latest performance optimisations.
It is also recommended when using the enhanced model to use hardware that supports the AVX512_VNNI flag for optimal processing performance. The enhanced model also has increased compute requirements and will run more slowly than the standard model. For more information please see the quick start guide.
enable_entitiesconfig parameter. For more information please see our documentation for entities here
|Issue ID||Summary||Detailed Description and Possible Workarounds|
|REQ-1409||Proteus HCL with ||A custom dictionary list that contains the word '|
|REQ-10160||Advanced punctuation for Spanish (es) does not contain inverted marks.||Inverted marks [ ¿ ¡ ] are not currently available for Spanish advanced punctuation.|
|REQ-10627||Double full stops when acronym is at the end of the sentence||If there is an acronym at the end of the sentence, then a double full stop will be output, for example: "team G.B.."|
|REQ-10634||Putting "-" as an item in ||Do not enter just a "-" on its own in Custom Dictionary either as an additional vocab item or in the |
Docker (17.06.0+) running on Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora or CentOS.
Pull the Batch Container Docker image from the Speechmatics Docker repository.
You have a login (URL, username and password) for the Speechmatics Docker repository, and have a Docker environment (version 17.06.0 or above) running.
Below is the complete list of languages supported by Speechmatics:
Container images are labelled using the following scheme, where language codes adhere the ISO-639 standard: