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Save as DAISY (sometimes called “Save as DOC”) is a tool that helps you create DAISY files that adhere to the specifications published by the DAISY Consortium.
Use Save as DAISY to generate DAISY files for use with the DAISY Pipeline, with the DAISY READER, or with the DAISY Processor for the Web.
Save as DAISY uses the default TTS engine on your Windows computer to generate text. The TTS engine can be controlled or modified through settings in the Save as DAISY dialog box.
The text-to-speech engine can be one of the following options:
— Use Internet Speech API (IAAI-003)
— Use Microsoft WaveTTS (Microsoft Speech Server Voice)
— Use Microsoft Microsoft Text to Speech API (Microphone)
To use the API, you must set the SpeechEngine property to “IAAI-003” in the Save as DAISY dialog box.
To use Microsoft Text to Speech API, you must set the SpeechEngine property to “Microsoft Text to Speech API”.
To use Microsoft Microsoft Text to Speech API (Microphone), you must set the SpeechEngine property to “Microsoft Microsoft Text to Speech API (Microphone)”.
To use the Microphone speech engine, you must use the microphone and turn on the Microphone speech engine in Control Panel (Start > Run > type: “mmc”) and then set the SpeechEngine property to “Microsoft Microphone”.
If you have an error when creating DAISY files with Save as DAISY, please refer to the Troubleshooting section below.
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With Save as DAISY, you can generate DAISY files that adhere to the specifications published by the DAISY Consortium.
Using Save as DAISY, you can create DAISY files for use with the DAISY Pipeline, with the DAISY READER, or with the DAISY Processor for the Web.
You can generate DAISY files for use with the DAISY Pipeline, with the DAISY READER, or with the DAISY Processor for the Web.
You can use Save as DAISY to generate a DAISY file that conforms to the DAISY specifications, or you can use it to generate a DAISY file that can be consumed by a DAISY Processor for the Web.
Using the DAISY Pipeline
Save As DAISY
Add-in for Microsoft Office Word that incorporates a “Lite” version of the DAISY Pipeline.
-Text-to-speech (TTS) engine on your Windows computer (disabled by default)
-DAISY processing with full navigation and full text synchronized with audio (default processing)
-Choose to convert the text to DAISY XML or to create a conforming DAISY file set with full navigation and full text synchronized with audio (not recommended)
-A link on the Document Properties dialog box to go to a DAISY Notes file for more details (only available with full DAISY processing)
-Syntax and more macros (available through the DAISY syntax option)
Full DAISY Processing:
The DAISY Pipeline allows the developer to process a document into a format that conforms to the DAISY specifications (with the understanding that there will be a relatively large number of steps in the pipeline, each one requiring some translation of the DAISY specification to the language of your text processing tools).
The result of processing the document is a DAISY Text stream file that includes all the data from the document.
This file can be used by DAISY Note taker software that can read the DAISY Text stream file.
Full DAISY processing includes the following steps:
-Converting text to DAISY XML.
-Document build (setting headers, setting page and chapter numbers, setting page breaks, setting page margins).
-Setting navigation metadata.
-Setting descriptive metadata for each chapter.
-Setting DAISY chapters (creation of DAISY dictionaries and DAISY chapters).
-Generating DAISY Text streams.
-Creating DAISY index (index of DAISY chapters and DAISY dictionaries).
-Creating DAISY navigation (reference to DAISY chapters, and reference to DAISY chapters/dictionaries).
-Creating DAISY Bookmarks (reference to DAISY chapters/dictionaries).
-Converting text to DAISY (synchronizing the DAISY chapter text with the text from the document).
-A DAISY Bookmark link on the Document Properties dialog box to go to a DAISY Notes file for more details (only available with full DAISY processing).
The following documentation is available for the Full DAISY Processing feature:
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This sample code illustrates how to generate the DAISY XML for a simple text-to-speech (TTS)
The DAISY XML that is generated from this TTS is a simplified version of the DAISY file, with
only the required elements and attributes. The DAISY elements required by the DAISY specification
are included, as are some optional elements and attributes.
You can create a DAISY file set by selecting File > New > DAISY File > Setup > File and choosing the
file type from the drop-down menu.
To generate the DAISY file set from a DAISY XML, use File > New > DAISY File > File DAISY XML.
To generate the DAISY XML for a text-to-speech (TTS) speech, use File > New > DAISY File > File TTS
The DAISY XML and DAISY file set are created in the working folder, so you must specify a working
folder in the Save As function. For example:
This sample saves the DAISY XML to the default working folder, “C:\test”, and saves the DAISY file set
to the working folder, “C:\test\test_DAISY”.
Note that there is a TTS engine built into Microsoft Word. You can use this engine instead of
this sample code to generate the DAISY XML and the DAISY file set.
To test the DAISY XML with DAISY-FRIEND, the DAISY XML file is saved in the working folder.
DAISY-FRIEND is used to check the validity of the DAISY XML file.
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This is a UI for Word that allows you to produce a DAISY book or bookset in three steps. First, you select text. Second, you select Audio Elements to be used with the selected text. Third, you choose options to produce a DAISY book.
In the third step you can choose to go forward, to go backward, or to re-work the document. You can navigate to any of the pages in the resulting DAISY file and view the page’s audio elements, or you can view the actual text. You can view all of the page’s audio elements or just audio for selected text.
You can make changes, such as removing or replacing an audio element, and click Go Back to edit the text and select new audio.
Save as DAISY is intended to help inexperienced users produce a DAISY book or bookset in an afternoon, or in an afternoon with the guidance of an experienced consultant.
* Currently only supports the DAISY 3.0 file format, and DAISY 3.0 files that are created with DAISY 4.0. This is because the UI for DAISY 4.0 is not yet available.
The DAISY 2.0-compatible language that you selected during DAISY set creation may not be available for DAISY book authoring.
All DAISY books that are created from text that does not have the same language set in DAISY set creation (or that uses the Preferred Language setting) will have all of the pages in the book in English. You can change this setting, but you cannot change the setting for DAISY book authors.
DAISY book creation:
* The DAISY book creation dialogue can currently create only DAISY books that have the same language set as the DAISY set that is being created. This is because the UI for DAISY 4.0 is not yet available.
* You cannot create a book that contains an appendix or an appendix that contains a book.
* For full compatibility, you must use the default DAISY XML (from Word) when processing the DAISY XML file, not the DAISY XML that was used for book creation.
Save as DAISY will not produce the DAISY XML file that is automatically produced by Word’s DAISY XML Save as dialog. In most cases, you will need to use the DAISY XML File option of DAISY 2.0 or DAISY 4.0 to open the XML file.
This works only if you are using the same TTS engine that was used for text-to-speech during book creation.
Change language of the existing DAISY book:
If you use a DAISY book that has the same language set
System Requirements For Save As DAISY:
OS: Windows 7 (64-bit)
Processor: Intel Core i3
Memory: 4 GB
Graphics: Intel GMA HD Graphics
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 40 GB available space
Processor: Intel Core i5
Memory: 8 GB
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 650 Ti or equivalent