With the help of this API, you will be able to ascertain whether a person’s voice matches that of another audio file. The API will then provide you with a result indicating how closely the two voices match. The closer the match, the higher the score.
What is the purpose of this API? You can use this API to check whether the voice in one audio file matches the voice in another audio file or not. You may also use it to check if two different people share the same voice.
This API may be used for security purposes as well. You might use it to verify that someone’s voice is authentic and matches what is stated on their ID card or passport. It might also be used to verify if two persons are indeed the same person. How it works? You must first choose which of these three options best matches your needs: 1-Verify if two voices are from the same person. 2-Check if a voice from one recording matches with another recording. 3-Check if a person’s voice matches the voices in two recordings. Then, upload both audio files you want to compare to their API endpoint. Once your files have been received, the Voice Comparator API will work its magic and determine whether or not they match. In other words, it will provide you with a percentage score indicating how similar or different they are. What technologies it uses? This API uses JSON as its input and output data format. It also employs HTTP requests and responses, and therefore it may be used with any programming language. In addition, it makes use of artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to identify similarities between two voices. What are its most common uses? Voice Comparator API is ideal for security purposes since it can assist you in determining if someone else is impersonating someone else by comparing their voices! In addition, you can use it for any other purpose related to voice comparisons such as: -To ensure that only one person records the “terms and conditions” for a company; -To make sure that there is only one person who gives their consent for a specific service; -To make sure that no one tampers with a recording made by another person; -To verify that none of your employees are using automated texting apps; -To ensure that no one tampered with your security cameras by providing them with different voices; -To make sure that no one has replaced your personal assistant’s
This API will help you to recognize if two audio files’ voices belong to the same person or not. Ideal for security validations.
To make use of it, you must first:
1- Go to Voice Coincidence Verification API and simply click on the button “Subscribe for free” to start using the API.
2- After signing up in Zyla API Hub, you’ll be given your personal API key. Using this one-of-a-kind combination of numbers and letters, you’ll be able to use, connect, and manage APIs!
3- Employ the different API endpoints depending on what you are looking for.
4- Once you meet your needed endpoint, make the API call by pressing the button “run” and see the results on your screen.