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Generate a set of audio files from text. Example call: java -cp maryclient.jar -Dserver.host=localhost -Dserver.port=59125
-Dvoice=kevin16 marytts.client.BatchSynth target/dir path/to/texts.txt The text file must contain a target audio file name
and the corresponding text in each line.
args - first argument, the output directory; the rest, file names containing text files. Each text file contains, in
each line, a file name followed by the sentence to generate as a .wav file.