TTS Editor
Use our Text-to-Speech Editor to create audio from plain text.
This guide explains how to create audio from text using the Text-to-Speech Editor (TTS Editor) in your BeyondWords dashboard. This is ideal if you are unable to create audio automatically.
You can also edit audio in the TTS Editor, even if it was created automatically.
  1. 1.
    Go to the 'Content (Audios)' section of your project dashboard (don't have one? Create a project)
  2. 2.
    Select 'Text-to-Speech Editor' or 'Create audio'
  3. 3.
    Type or paste your title and body content into the TTS Editor (consider optimizing your text for a spoken format) — your default voices will be applied automatically
  4. 4.
    Change voice selections (optional)
    1. 1.
      Go to the title or paragraph you would like to edit the voice for
    2. 2.
      Select the voice name then select a replacement voice from the list (press the play icon to hear a preview)
  5. 5.
    Insert audio (optional)
    1. 1.
      Select '+' then 'Upload audio'
    2. 2.
      Upload the mp3 file from your device
  6. 7.
    When you're ready, select 'Process audio'
  7. 8.
    You will be presented with a pop-up:
    1. 1.
      Enter the author's name (optional — this will be stored as metadata)
    2. 2.
      Enter the corresponding URL (optional — necessary if you would like to automatically embed the audio onto the page)
    3. 3.
      Select 'Schedule for later' then enter a date and time (optional — scheduling means that your audio will not be published until the scheduled time)
  8. 9.
    Select 'Process audio'
Your text will now be processed into audio. This will use characters. Processing should only take a few minutes — you can check the audio's status in the 'Content (Audios)' section of your project dashboard.

FAQs

Can I insert my own audio into my text-to-speech audio?
Can I save my draft and come back to it later?
Can I edit my text and reprocess the audio?
Can I automatically embed audio into my website or app?
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