Bing Speech Recognition Control for Windows 8.1

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Integrate speech recognition into your Windows 8.1 Store apps with the Bing Speech Recognition Control. The control accepts voice input through the microphone and returns the recognized text to the application.

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by serkan cakmak | December 16 2014

thx I will try it

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  • Bing Speech to text
    2 Posts | Last post June 01, 2016
    • I am using the correct client id and secret key 
      
      var credentials = new SpeechAuthorizationParameters();
                  
                      credentials.ClientId = "Talki*****";
                      credentials.ClientSecret = "slKWJe5dG3I2cL1+*******
                  
      
                  SR = new SpeechRecognizer("en-US", credentials); 
      
      I get error on above line, for Exception thrown: 'System.Exception' in Bing.Speech.winmd
      
      No matter what I do, I get this error, tried every blog on the planet.
      
         at Windows.ApplicationModel.Store.CurrentApp.get_AppId()
         at Bing.Speech.SpeechRecognizer..ctor(String language, SpeechAuthorizationParameters speechAuthorizationParameters)
         at LifePen.HomePage..ctor()
         at LifePen.LifePen_XamlTypeInfo.XamlTypeInfoProvider.Activate_20_HomePage()
         at LifePen.LifePen_XamlTypeInfo.XamlUserType.ActivateInstance()
         at Windows.UI.Xaml.Controls.Frame.Navigate(Type sourcePageType, Object parameter)
         at LifePen.Service.NavigationService.NavigateTo(String pageKey, Object parameter)
         at LifePen.ViewModel.ViewModel.<>c__DisplayClass6_0.<NavigateTo>b__0()
         at LifePen.ViewModel.ViewModel.NavigateTo(String page, Object state)
         at LifePen.ViewModel.ViewModel.NavigateTo(String page)
         at LifePen.ViewModel.MainViewModel.<.ctor>b__0_5()
    • You are probably using this control for win10.
      With win10 the Windows.ApplicationModel.Store.CurrentApp object return null if you don't publish application to Windows Store. The use of CurrentAppSimulator is expected. With Win 8.1, CurrentApp.Id return empty GUID by default, this is great, it means we can develop and test our application for a POC before selling a solution.
      
      Is there anyone who follow the bug tracing for this component??? How can we propose a Microsoft solution to answer a business need if component is not stable?
  • Confidentiality of data in healthcare app's
    1 Posts | Last post August 10, 2015
    • What does Microsoft do with the submitted audio and the recognized text results? Specifically, does Microsoft support HIPAA and Business Associate Agreements with organizations that want to use Bing speech recognition in healthcare app's? For example, we would like to use it in a doctor portal app that deals with patient healthcare records. Thanks!
  • Access is denied on bing voice
    1 Posts | Last post June 12, 2015
    • Hi,
      
      I am getting "Access is denied" error when running the sample app at:
      
      https://code.msdn.microsoft.com/Speech-Recognition-19c452b4
      
      
      I have obtained a client id and a secret id from Azure Data Market and inserted them into the sample code. I repeated the process and obtained a second client Id and secret id with the same result. I made sure the name of the app matched the name indicated in the "Registered Application" form.
      
      Is there a time delay between registering the app and it becoming available for access via bing speech?
      
      Everything else seems to work except the id, and I followed the steps indicated for getting a client Id and secret id.
      
      The code is EXACTLY the same as the sample except for the keys.
      
      Any ideas?
  • Class not registered Exception while initializing a new instance of the SpeechRecognizer class
    3 Posts | Last post April 20, 2015
    • Hi,
      
      in my Windows 8.1 Store App with HTML/Javascript I want to use Bing Speech Recognition Control.
      But when I call the contructor of Bing.Speech.Recognizer-Class with the language and the authorization parameters a WinRT "Class not registered" error occurs.
      
      Even in this Voice-Translator-Sample the same error occurs:
      https://code.msdn.microsoft.com/windowsapps/Voice-Translator-Sample-59be8627
      
      What could be the reason for this problem?
      
      Thank you very much in advance!
      
    • I have found the reason for this problem.
      It was the update 4 for Visual Studio.
      
      A complete reinstall (without update 4) helped.
      
    • What is the status of this. Rolling back to Update 3 is not feasible. When will this work with Visual Studio Update 4?
  • Why is the Bing Speech Recognition not available on my market? (Taiwan)
    2 Posts | Last post February 12, 2015
    • Hi,
      Because I think that speaking and listening are both good stimulations for memorizing things, I wrote an universal App for this idea. When I tried to subscribed Bing Speech Recognition Control in Azure MarketPlace, it showed me that it is not available on my market since my country/region was setting as Taiwan. Did I set something wrong or it is really unavailable for the market outside United States?
      
      Sincerely Yours,
      
      Young-Chung Hsue
    • I got the answer from https://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsapps/en-US/bfe69969-f632-4571-a825-6fb961dfb016/using-bing-speech-recognition-outside-the-us?forum=toolsforwinapps and from windows forums in Taiwan. Thanks to them.
  • Bing Speech Recognition Control for commercial use
    1 Posts | Last post January 13, 2015
    • Hi, I would like to use Bing Speech Recognition Control in commercial use. Is it possible? How could i increase amount of 500.000 transactions? 
  • Post .wav to bing.speech web service
    4 Posts | Last post January 08, 2015
    • I assume somewhere under the covers there is a web service that processes voice recognition requests.  Is it possible to access this web service and pass it a .wav file or stream rather than using the microphone?  I have voicemails that I would like to transcribe.
    • Just an idea, but maybe try using WireShark (http://www.wireshark.org/) to sniff the requests you're sending out?
    • Our backend web service is not accessible by any other means except through the API. At this point, the API does not provide the functionality to read the input from a .wav file. In future releases we will consider this functionality. 
    • Can use a program called virtual audio cable to loop from speakers to microphone. Then, just programmatically load wav files into a queue and play one by one 
  • connection problem
    1 Posts | Last post September 19, 2014
    • hi, i ha a connection problem with the speech recognition. he show "Errors encoutered while connecting to the service" .it doesn't work with the enterprise network. i use Wireshark to capture packet and i have seen the problem, it's proxy problem. but i don't know how to fix this problem.
        
      Thank you very much in advance!
      
  • Access to the service is denied?
    2 Posts | Last post September 18, 2014
    • Hi!
      Any idea why I am getting this Exception after calling RecognizeSpeechToTextAsync?
      
      "Access to the service is denied."
      
      I am using my "Customer ID" as ClientID and my "Primary Account Key" as ClientSecret.. Is this correct? I followed the example from the documentation but couldn't go further because of this error..
      
      Thank you very much in advance!
      André Lima
      Microsoft MVP - Windows Platform Development
    • Make sure that you provide the correct set of credentials. You have to define an application in the Azure Market Place (https://datamarket.azure.com/developer/applications/). The Bing SpeechRecognizer expects the Id and Secret of this application, not the ones from your account.
      
      Diederik Krols
      Microsoft MVP - Windows Platform Development
  • Unknown type SpeechRecognizerUX in namespace Bing.Speech.Xaml in c++/cx
    1 Posts | Last post September 11, 2014
    • Hi, I am trying to use the Bing Speech Control on a C++/cx store app.
      But I got some problems at UI design with an error WMC0001: unknown type SpeechRecognizerUx in XML namespace using:Bing.Speech.Xaml
      
      Also, in code behind trying to bind the SR to the Bing Control, it throws an error saying incomplete type is not allowed.
      
      Can you help me that? Is there possible to use bing control on a c++/cx store app?
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