What VoiceXML version is supported 2.0…2.1?
Yes, we support both. Vxi* runs full 2.0 standard W3C and most of 2.1 enhanced new features like . I6NET has added the possibility to access to dial out asterisk commands via VoiceXML only to add more powerful call controlling for advanced developments.
What is TTV feature in Vxi*?
TTS is Text-to-Video feature, our VoiceXML browser can generate a video content from text. It is similar to TTS (Text-to-Speech) but instead of generating voice, TTV generate video stream. If you need to display a quick message in a video phone service, the VoiceXML syntax generate an image from a text using TTV.
Do Vxi* supports CCXML?
No, but we have implemented Call Control functions used by the Asterisk platform. This is very important to develop advanced phone applications. The Vxi* interface retrieve Asterisk Call Control variables and data with VoiceXML.
What Text-to-Speech engines can be connected to Vxi*?
You can install a lot of TTS engine because we provide a simple HTTP connector with an hypercache advanced system. We provide a package with free TTS from Flite to testing and first voiceXML application building but you can use Loquendo, Cepstral, Nuance, Verbio, Ivona … TTS engines.
What Automatic-Speech-Recognition engines are supported?
Vxi* supports voice recognition with Lumenvox Speech Engine and Verbio Speech Server since 3.X releases. Last releases 5.X are now supporting Vestec Speech Engine, Voice Interaction Speech Engine and uniMRCP v1 / v2.