Azure TTS batch synthesis activity logs

Tim Schmidt 0 Reputation points
2024-05-21T18:11:34.5866667+00:00

Hi there, we're using Azure speech synthesis (batch, since we have content over 10mins). In the Azure Portal, I can see metrics for my speech resource but I can't see any records of past jobs. Is there any way to see these?

Thanks,

Tim

Azure AI Speech
Azure AI Speech
An Azure service that integrates speech processing into apps and services.
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  1. navba-MSFT 18,905 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2024-05-22T05:41:45.68+00:00

    @Tim Schmidt Welcome to Microsoft Q&A Forum, Thank you for posting your query here!

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    I see that your questions about the Batch text to speech operation and where to find the activity logs of the past jobs.

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    While doing a Get Bath Synthesis API call, you should get the below in the response body:

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    "outputs": { "result": "https://stttssvcuse.blob.core.windows.net/batchsynthesis-output/29f2105f997c4bfea176d39d05ff201e/my-job-02/results.zip?SAS_Token" }
    

    From outputs.result, you can download a ZIP file that contains the audio (such as 0001.wav)

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    More info here.

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    If you don't have the above url currently, the data would have been lost by now.

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    Please note: The batch synthesis results can be stored in your own writable Azure Storage container. If you had not specified a container URI with shared access signatures (SAS) token, the Speech service stores the results in a container managed by Microsoft. SAS with stored access policies isn't supported. When the synthesis job is deleted, the result data is also deleted.

    Suggestion:

    Since you don't have the audio result url right now, You can perform the Create Batch Synthesis operation again. If you wish to retain the data in your own storage account, then please pass the properties.destinationContainerUrl property in your request. More info here.

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    Hope this helps. If you have any follow-up questions, please let me know. I would be happy to help.

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