[Flutter Plugin] Provides easy access to Google's Streaming Recognize Cloud Service
The googleapis plugin currently lacks support for streaming transcription, so I'm implementing it here [=> Android only, iOS Support planned in the future].
The plugin provides one method:
Stream<String> transcript(String privateApiKey)
Listening to this stream starts sending audio data (LINEAR16, 16kHz) to Google and yields the responses while cancelling the subscription stops the stream.
// Init a new Stream Stream<String> stream = transcript("xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"); // Start listening to the stream StreamSubscription<String> listener = stream.listen((response) => print(response)); // Cancel the subscription listener.cancel()
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Demonstrates how to use the speech plugin.
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