AI Voice Cloning
This repo/rentry aims to serve as both a foolproof guide for setting up AI voice cloning tools for legitimate, local use on Windows/Linux, as well as a stepping stone for anons that genuinely want to play around with TorToiSe.
Similar to my own findings for Stable Diffusion image generation, this rentry may appear a little disheveled as I note my new findings with TorToiSe. Please keep this in mind if the guide seems to shift a bit or sound confusing.
>Ugh... why bother when I can just abuse 11.AI?
You're more than welcome to, but TorToiSe is shaping up to be a very promising tool, especially with finetuning now on the horizon.
This is not endorsed by neonbjb. I do not expect this to run into any ethical issues, as it seems (like me), this is mostly for making funny haha vidya characters say funny lines.
Please consult the wiki for the documentation, including how to install, prepare voices for, and use the software.
If you run into any problems, please refer to the issues you may encounter wiki page first. Please don't hesitate to submit an issue.
Below will be a rather-loose changelogss, as I don't think I have a way to chronicle them outside of commit messages:
- greatly reduced VRAM consumption through the use of TimDettmers/bitsandbytes
- cleaned up section of code that handled parsing output from training script
- added button to reconnect to the training script's output (sometimes skips a line to update, but it's better than nothing)
- actually update submodules from the update script (somehow forgot to pass
Refer to commit logs.