Aeneas ([url removed, login to view]) is a FOSS Python/C library and a set of tools to automagically synchronize audio and text (a thing aka forced alignment).
As it is, however, it can only be run from command line.
A programmer I'm in touch with would like to call Aeneas from his program, thus giving aeneas a GUI that would make it so much easier to use.
But his job, he said, would be much simpler it the library
was packaged as an AppImage file for Linux.
And he has no time to do that himself.
Can anyone do that?
In an attempt to help,
I share what the programmer told me:
First step is to make aeneas properly run.
The idea is as follows:
Gather all requirements, put them all in a specific folder, i.e. in
your home directory, and find the way all parts to ask the resources in relative paths.
Here is a good place to start
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(the part about "Manually creating an AppDir")
Thanks for someone's reply anyway. Talk soon!
Delivery of packaged AppImage for the Aeneas forced alignment tool Relevant Skills and Experience I have more than 10 years experience in Python including with complex libraries built around the same. Have also used f Daha Fazla
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hey there.I'm a researcher doing PhD. i have worked on multiple projects and can help you with the packaging of Aeneas. Looking forward to work for you Relevant Skills and Experience Linux, Python, Software Architectu Daha Fazla