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    Etablierter skobbler
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    Audio advice instruction for a Custom POI

    Hi,

    Sorry if this has been answered already. I wanted to know if we can create our own custom audio instructions so that when we see a custom POI, we can call this audio advice file or instruction?

    I also see the instructions in general.csv. The one that I need is not there. How do we go about to create something like that? Is it even possible?

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    Oberskobbler
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    hello pchad,
    Yes- you can use your own voice packages.
    Please check this article on how to deal with this scenario: http://sdkblog.skobbler.com/advisor-...h-scout-audio/ Let us know if this what you were looking for.

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    Etablierter skobbler
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    Hi Adela,

    I have gone through that documentation and did use that to point my audio mp3's to delivered advice files. My requirement is more like for example, if I have a custom point of interest(lets say a user issued a marker on the map) that is not covered by your advice instruction, I want to call my own audio file when another user crosses it. Is there a way to implement it?

    Thanks,

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    Etablierter skobbler
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    Hi Guys,

    Can you help me out if this is possible?

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    Oberskobbler
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    This seems not to be connected to the SDK itself but to an app level integration. So for adding a new set of advices, all you need to change at the SDK level is to modify the grammar files general.csv si general_config.adv and provide your own audio files. The files names used in the grammar files must match 1:1 the names of the actual files. The article shared previously should be of help for this scenario: http://sdkblog.skobbler.com/advisor-...h-scout-audio/

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