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Tutorial - How to Add Text-to-Speech to Audio Files?

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Introduction

Free Audio Editor provides a TTS system to turn written text into a natural sounding voice and save it as the most popular audio formats that can be played in your car or on portable devices like an iPod. You may insert the TTS into an audio file as narration or instruction for the audio. Benefit from the function you no longer strain your eyes trying to read tiny fonts in web pages. Just relax and have Free Audio Editor read out loud.


Step 1. Input Audio

Launch Free Audio Editor. Click "Home - Open" to activate a browser window, in which you can select an audio file from your computer. Then, click "Open" to input the audio file to the program.

Tips: All the files of the supported formats can be seen in the "Open" window & if you want know other formats supported, activate the "Files of type" dropdown list at the bottom.

Input Audio

Step 2. Choose Insertion Point

Now, the waveform of the file displays in the waveform window. Just left-click on the waveform to select an insertion point as needed. Then, click "File - Text to Speech" to activate the TTS tool.

Choose Insertion Point

Step 3. Input Text & Synthesize Text to Audio

In the pop-up window you can enter the text you wish spoken. Choose the voice you need. Click "Synthesis Speech" and within seconds the speech will be added to the selected point.

Tips: Speech engine options could be added through adding more voice packages.

Input Text & Synthesize Text to Audio

Step 4. Save the Changes

The speech is displayed in the waveform window and you can edit it or add audio effects to meet your demands. Then go back to the "Home" tab and click the "Save" button to save the changes to the original file or click "Save As" to save the changes with a different file name and/or location. After that you can select the output folder and format as well as adjust the output quality. Now, play back text in a spoken voice with natural sounding voices.

Save the Changes

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