I am trying to update the real-time speech-to-text example to use Microsoft’s speech-to-text API instead of Deepspeech.
When creating the speech recognizer for real-time speech recognition, Microsoft’s speech SDK requires you to attach callback functions for different events (partial recognition, final recognition, and so on).
speech_recognizer.recognizing.connect(reco_recognizing) speech_recognizer.recognized.connect(reco_recognized) speech_recognizer.session_started.connect(reco_started) speech_recognizer.session_stopped.connect(reco_ended) speech_recognizer.canceled.connect(reco_ended)
Consider one of these callbacks, when recognition of an utterance is complete:
update_field = st.empty() def reco_recognized(event): offset = event.result.offset // 10000 duration = event.result.duration // 1000 text = event.result.text # this works print(offset, duration, text) # this doesn't update_field.write(text)
When these callbacks are called, however, they appear to be called within “dummy” threads, and the message below is printed:
2022-08-25 19:10:12.548 Thread 'Dummy-9': missing ScriptRunContext
From digging around, I understand for threads, I am supposed to pass in the ST context (1 2). However, in my situation, the thread is created in a library call, rather than in a thread I created directly. I am not sure how to pass this context when I didn’t create the thread, and furthermore, I’m a bit confused why the context isn’t available anyway.
Can someone help me solve this issue? Is it possible to accomplish what I want to do? Nothing I have tried seems to work, and since I don’t understand this very well, I’m not really sure what to do.