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Hello.

How can I train the Speech-Reocognizer of WIN10 to learn specific numbers and words?

I'm having a hard time to get the Copilot understand what was said.

The Speech-Recognizer has significant deficits in understanding numbers ( especially "Zero" / "hundred" / "thousand" ) and specific other words ( such as "Flaps" / "Level" / etc ). 
This makes using FS2Crew an annoying experience at times.

How can I practice/coach these specific numbers and words to the Speech-Recognizer of Windows10?

I've gone through the integrated Speech-Training of WIN10 several times, however, this did not solve the Issue.

Best regards,

Toto

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just found another thread dealing with this.

However, I ran the words Training as described and it made it even worse: FS2Crew is totally unable to understand the spoken number "0"...!

When I say "set heading 250" it sets heading 25 ( 025 ), probably because it picked up "set heading 25".

When I say "set speed 250" it says "are you sure?", probably because it picked up "set speed 25".

It seems, the Speech recognition simply misses the spoken number "zero", although I've recorded it several times...

Best,

Toto

Edited by Sonne

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Just ran through it again: 

I've displayed the green speech bar and discovered what's happening:

Instead of "0", FS2Crew picks up "center" ( as displayed in the green speech bar ). 
 

Don't know how to fix it, as individual speech recording for that specific word/number made it even worse.

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Hello Bryan.

Thanks for your help, I‘ll give it a try.

Best regards,

Toto

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8 minutes ago, Sonne said:

Hello Bryan.

Thanks for your help, I‘ll give it a try.

Best regards,

Toto

Also note that your speech recognize can now be set to ENGLISH UK or AU if you're Australian or British.

With the latest versions, you're not limited to ENGLISH US.

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Dear Bryan.

Thank´s again. 

I´m from Germany and will try English UK, hope this helps.

I´m also thinking about recording/training the word "Center", because the Speech recognizer picks up "Zero" as "Center" ( although "Center" is phonetically something completey different from what was actually said… ).

Best regards,

 

Toto

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Hi Bryan,

i am from Germany.

Is it better to use English UK or English US.

At this time i use English US.

When i speak in  the Airbus pro Flapps full he do not understand me. All other ommands are working good.

 

Frank

Edited by f.skywalker

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Thanks

 

at this time i test FS2Crew 4.0 with the A330 V5

I thinks  found a Problem. i must test it and then i write to you in the Fs2crew Airus Pro Forum.

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