When selecting a category to do audio for from a language, can we have an option of returning only entries that do not have audio?
I loved the current version! Truly admire the changes you all have made over time. I have also done a few recordings in my own language Odia to check for any error. Below are a few:
- When a word has already been recorded and has been uploaded on Commons, does is not make sense to show it as a flag instead of letting any user to upload it directly?
- Also, different languages have different additional categories which Lingua Libre does not let one to add. For instance, I generally add a user category to know how many audio files I have uploaded. For the files recorded using Lingua Libre, I don't see an option to add that optional category.
- If I am adding a wordlist before recording, is that possible to keep only one word if the same word is used multiple times? This would save some time for the uploader.
- There is a bit of crackling sound that is heard while monitoring the recorded words. Any particular reason?
- Even though I am correctly pronouncing every word, I see a lot of red-labelled words.
- While recording, I cannot check how the recording sounds like. I can only choose to re-record after hearing the recorded sound. Otherwise even having that option is of no use.
Unable upload pronunciations on Firefox, Chrome and Opera
Hi, I have tried and failed thrice in three different browsers to upload. It shows the upload failed status with further details when I tried to upload the recorded files on Commons (the last step). Also, it keeps saying the connection is not trusted. I disabled that temporarily on the browser but it still does not work. Anything I missed? --Subhashish Panigrahi (talk) 07:27, 19 November 2018 (UTC)
- I have created a Phabricator ticket to track this issue. Pamputt (talk) 21:15, 19 November 2018 (UTC)
Contribution: Python program to download all files created by a specific user
I wrote a python program that downloads all the files created by one user. For video files, it downloads the full webm. For audio files, the default is to download the wave file. However, for audio files, you can optionally choose either mp3 or ogg files. Currently, the configuration requires a minor modification of lluad.py. If there is strong demand, I will write a command line parser for it. Please report any bugs or errors on the github page. Feature requests are welcome. Languageseeker (talk) 02:28, 20 May 2022 (UTC)