(QoL improvements for) a multi-voice TTS system trained with an emphasis on quality
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mrq 815ae5d707 Merge pull request 'feat: support .flac voice files' (#43) from NtTestAlert/tortoise-tts:support_flac_voice into main
Reviewed-on: mrq/tortoise-tts#43
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config Added settings page, added checking for updates (disabled by default), some other things that I don't remember 2023-02-06 21:43:01 +07:00
convert modified conversion scripts to not give a shit about bitrate and formats since torchaudio.load handles all of that anyways, and it all gets resampled anyways 2023-02-15 04:44:14 +07:00
scripts Fix typos 2023-01-06 11:04:36 +07:00
tortoise feat: support .flac voice files 2023-04-01 15:08:31 +07:00
.gitignore added shell scripts for linux, wrapped sorted() for voice list, I guess 2023-02-06 21:54:31 +07:00
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MANIFEST.in Also include voices in the manifest 2022-05-31 10:31:50 +07:00
README.md you should have migrated by now, if anything breaks it's on (You) 2023-03-05 14:03:18 +07:00
requirements.txt why didn't I also have it use chunks for computing the AR conditional latents (instead of just the diffusion aspect) 2023-03-14 01:13:49 +07:00
requirements_legacy.txt pip-ifying things 2023-02-16 19:48:06 +07:00
setup.py added args for tokenizer and diffusion model (so I don't have to add it later) 2023-03-15 00:30:28 +07:00


(QoL improvements for) TorToiSe

This repo is for my modifications to neonbjb/tortoise-tts. If you need the original README, refer to the original repo.

> w-where'd everything go?

Please migrate to mrq/ai-voice-cloning, as that repo is the more cohesive package for voice cloning.