Montreal-Forced-Aligner - Command line utility for forced alignment using Kaldi

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The Montreal Forced Aligner is a command line utility for performing forced alignment of speech datasets using Kaldi (http://kaldi-asr.org/). Please see the documentation http://montreal-forced-aligner.readthedocs.io for installation and usage.

https://montrealcorpustools.github.io/Montreal-Forced-Aligner/
https://github.com/MontrealCorpusTools/Montreal-Forced-Aligner

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