Microsoft Speech Platform
<pre IsFakePre="true" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <strong>HRESULT SetSyncSpeakTimeout(</strong> <strong> ULONG</strong> <em>msTimeout</em> <strong>);</strong> </pre>
[in] Value specifying the timeout interval in milliseconds. The default is 10 seconds. INFINITE may also be used to prevent timeouts.
|S_OK||Function completed successfully.|
Timeouts occur when waiting for access to the output object. This means that for a normal priority voice (see ISpVoice::SetPriority for more information on priorities) and an output device which implements ISpAudio, a timeout may occur while waiting to reacquire the output object after an interruption by an alert priority voice. For voices of both normal and alert priorities, a timeout may also occur while waiting to reacquire the output object after the voice has been paused and resumed (see ISpVoice::Pause and ISpVoice::Resume).
Wait times are not accumulated - that is, if a voice waits for n milliseconds to initially acquire the output object, and is then paused and resumed, it will again wait for up to msTimeout milliseconds to reacquire the output object, not msTimeout - n milliseconds.