Is there a mapping of Hebrew terms in the Torah (or any other key Hebrew text like you'd find on Sefaria), to the IPA pronunciation? Ideally even there would be at least two transliterations, one to Modern Hebrew pronunciations, and one to Biblical Hebrew pronunciations. In my search I found https://github.com/openscriptures/HebrewLexicon, which is based on Strong's Hebrew Dictionary, and some other stuff I am not familiar with. But perhaps that is enough to map any word in the Torah to a pronunciation (and even a definition)? If not, what are the free/open sources I can use to map each word in the Torah or other books to the IPA pronunciation.
I saw something like this, but that transliteration scheme is custom or otherwise not using the IPA system. Ideally it would follow one of the standards, ideally IPA, but any other "standard" romanization scheme that accurately captures the pronunciation would be suitable.
Ideally too, it would take the niqqud/diacritic form of the word and give the IPA, or even without niqqud. But something with any of the discussed features would be useful.