Use our Text-to-Speech Editor to create audio from plain text.
- 2.Select 'Text-to-Speech Editor' or 'Create audio'
- 4.Change voice selections (optional)
- 1.Go to the title or paragraph you would like to edit the voice for
- 2.Select the voice name then select a replacement voice from the list (press the play icon to hear a preview)
- 5.Insert audio (optional)
- 1.Select '+' then 'Upload audio'
- 2.Upload the mp3 file from your device
- 6.Add custom text-to-speech rules (optional)
- 1.Highlight the word or phrase you would like to be read differently
- 2.Select 'Add alias'
- 3.Enter your alias
- 4.Select 'Apply to all instances in this audio only' or 'Apply to all instances in this project'
- 5.Select 'Save changes'
- 7.Select 'Process audio'
- 8.You will be presented with a pop-up:
- 1.Enter the author's name (optional — this will be stored as metadata)
- 9.Select 'Process audio'
Yes, you can upload audio files to the TTS Editor, as long as they are in an mp3 format. This allows you to insert sound effects, audio clips, and more. Simply select the '+' icon wherever you would like to insert audio, select 'Upload audio', then select your file.
To continue working on your draft:
- 1.Go to the 'Content (Audios)' section of your project dashboard
- 2.Hover on the draft you would like to reopen and select '⋮' to open the submenu
- 3.Select 'Edit text'
- 1.Go to the 'Content (Audios)' section of your project dashboard and hover on the audio you'd like to edit
- 2.Select the '⋮' (Other actions) icon then 'Edit text'
- 3.Make changes in the TTS Editor, then select 'Update audio'
- 4.Make any changes in the pop-up, then select 'Update audio'
Yes, you can automatically embed audio created via the TTS Editor into the corresponding page on your website or app.
You will need to set up automatic embedding and provide the URL metadata when creating your audio. The code will fetch this URL to determine whether an audio version of each page is available and, if so, embed the audio player.