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audio Element (Microsoft.Speech)

Supports the insertion of recorded audio files.

Syntax

<audio src="string" /> </audio>

Attributes

Attribute

Description

src

Required. Specifies the path and name of the audio file. The value of this attribute can be an absolute, local path for speech applications running in a local environment, but it must be an HTTP. This attribute is case-sensitive only when referencing files residing in file systems that are case-sensitive.

The audio element supports WMA files and .WAV files containing RIFF headers and encoded with the following parameters.

Parameter

Value

Format

PCM, a-law, u-law

Bit-depth

8 bits, 16 bits

Channels

Mono only

Sampling Rate

All sampling rates supported.

Remarks

Use this element to play a known audio file.

The content of a non-empty audio element should be the plain text or SSML marked-up text to be spoken if the audio file specified in the src attribute is either not available or unplayable. The content of a non-empty element can also include another audio element.

Example

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
<speak version="1.0"
 xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2001/10/synthesis"
 xml:lang="en-US">

<p>
<audio src="http://www.treyresearch.net/audioprompts/opinionprompt.wav"> Thanks for offering your opinion. Please begin speaking after the beep. </audio>

<audio src="http://www.treyresearch.net/audioprompts/beep.wav"> The beep could not 
be played, please voice your opinion now. </audio>
</p>

</speak>

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