computer-en. Each model consists of two files:
computer-en.pb- the model itself; and
computer-en.pb.params- a small configuration file containing the parameters for that model.
~/.mycroft/precise. Multiple models can be on your system at any given time so we can leave any existing model files there.
hotwordskey. The name of this block defines the name of the Wake Word. For this example, we will call our Wake Word
computer. Each Precise Wake Word settings block must include at least the Wake Word
modulebeing used (in our case
precise), and the location of the model files on the device.
listenerwe must add a
wake_wordattribute and provide it the name of our Wake Word. In our example it would be:
mycroft.conf, would be:
Y OW . M AY K .
JH UW S .= juice
JH AY AH N T .= giant
listenerblock of your
Yo Mikeexample we started with, an example
~/.mycroft/mycroft.conffile might look like:
mycroft.conffile is modified. You must restart Mycroft by rebooting the device, or using the command:
Hey Mycroft, set the listener to PocketSphinx
"I've set the Listener to PocketSphinx"
Hey Mycroft, set the Listener to default
Hey Mycroft, set the Listener to Precise
"I've set the Listener to Precise"
Hey Mycroft, what is the Listener?
Hey Mycroft, tell me what Listener you are using
"The current Listener is Precise"