Samuel Thibault <sthiba...@debian.org> schrieb am 12.01.2017, 3:50 +0100:
>Samuel Thibault, on Thu 12 Jan 2017 03:27:24 +0100, wrote:
>> I'm very surprised to see this 200 value, which means 200ms, while
>> studies have shown that "interactivity" is usually seen bad by humans
>> beyond 100ms.
>> One thing we can do for Stretch is to reduce this value to something
>> acceptable. A low value make espeak-ng more CPU-intensive, but that
>> shouldn't be too harmful.
>I have uploaded a -6 version with 50ms as default. I couldn't notice
>a difference between 50ms and 20ms or 10ms, while being much less
>CPU-intensive, and that seems coherent with the result of the studies :)
Installed version 1.49.0+dfsg-6. The delay/overlapping is still there. But
maybe it's a bit better.
I'am not absolutely sure about that. Could you upload a new version with a
default value of 20 or
even 10 ms just for testing purposes?
In general espeak-ng is much more responsive than the old espeak package and
without the overlapping
it would make for a much better user experience.