The interface is composed of several tools called widgets, each responsible for a particular task such as speech recognition, voice synthesis, etc.
Once you have launched the VDK software, you can see here the general overview. We will see in the following chapter each of the interfaces that make up the software.
This view allows you to create projects, open existing project, or import previous project.
Six views are available:
Home: as previously described, it is the studio entry point.
Workspace: this view allows you to navigate in your opened projects.
Playground: a simple place to try our different technologies without creating any project.
Resources: go there to download/update resources.
Learn: tutorials, links to documentation… Everything needed to help you!
Settings: information about your VDK instance.
You can retrieve here your opened projects. The left panel (project-editor) displays all information about current technologies added to the project.
Click on a card to open the corresponding widget and play with it. Multiple Widgets are available.
The Export a project button will generate all configuration and data files needed for a vsdk usage.
Please refer to the Create a project documentation for more information about it.
The playground space allows you to play with our technologies without creating any project.
It is faster but you won't be able to export your project.
In the Resources space, you can download different data, voices, and anything you need for future use.
The Learn section provides every available documentation.
Come here to find information about your current instance:
Api-key currently in use
State of the vask-daemon