Voice Recognition - Custom Commands?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Pope7, Oct 15, 2006.

  1. Pope7

    Pope7 Guest

    Simply put, is there a way to define custom commands to speech commands that
    you define? For instance, i want to say 'computer' and i want it to respond
    with a beeping noise. like star trek. Then i want to say something like 'take
    me to the internet' and it will open up a browser window. basically, i want
    to be able to define simple macros to commands that i define. Anyone know how
    with the vista speech recognition?
     
    Pope7, Oct 15, 2006
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  2. You can probably make something using the Speech Engine SDK available
    from Microsoft.

    Alternatively, just to get an application to respond to any word
    and respond with a keyboard combination, which you can assign in some
    other application to perform the actions you want; try Shoot v1.6
     
    Terje Alexander Barth, Oct 15, 2006
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  3. There must be a third party software that does this. Search on the internet.

    But I rather Computer be a real pain instead tho. I would say, Computer!,
    and it would respond "What?!". Then I would say, take me to the Internet.
    But I have to exclaim three times befor it'll do it. Just kidding.
     
    Mario Rosario, Oct 15, 2006
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