Translate Audio from Khmer to English?

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Re: Translate Audio from Khmer to English?

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Hello guys,
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LIFELONGLEARNING-KHMER offers Khmer course through video tutorial on YouTube for free. Our aim is to ease foreigners who really want to know how to use Khmer language for their communication. The learners can help us back by just subscribing our channel so that we can get more and more subscribers and in turn we’ll get profit from the future advertisement.

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Here's the links to those video tutorials






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Re: Translate Audio from Khmer to English?

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crazyfourit wrote: Sun Feb 24, 2019 4:19 am Hi, I have a couple of Khmer friends on messenger I regularly chat with in a group chat and singularly and some times they send an audio message that I need to translate. Translating text is no issue but audio seems a challenge. Any suggestions? Also thinking of buying a business in Siem Reap, definitely not a bar or restaurant. Any suggestions? I have my thoughts and been in contact with IPS – Cambodia’s Premier Property and Real Estate Company who can do all the legal for me. Any thoughts?
If you got a pc and you can install the khmer language pack this might work
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