The company is Woord.
To make your text sound more realistic, freely convert it into professional speech using premium female or male voices. Ideal for e-learning, presentations, YouTube videos, and improving the accessibility of your website.
Woord’s SSML Editor is a one-of-a-kind tool for creating a variety of Intelligence services and products, including text-to-speech.
This text-to-speech service uses high-quality male or female premium voices that sound authentic. What are your tips for using Woord’s Free SSML Editor for Voice?
- Just type a word or a phrase, or copy-paste any text.
- Choose the speech rate that works for you.
- Start from any position in the text.
- Replay the text as many times as you wish
What does SSML do?
SSML is part of a larger collection of voice browser markup specifications produced through the W3C’s open procedures. Its goal is to develop a rich, XML-based markup language that will aid in the synthesis of synthetic speech in Web and other applications.
Sign up here: www.getwoord.com
You can use this Free online reader. to test the voices before signing up.
This service will help you improve your pronunciation as well as your listening and speaking skills. Listen to any written materials read by real people while doing something else.
To assist visually impaired people, entertain, or educate your children, create an audio version of the textual content. Continue speaking from where you left off, maintaining your paused position.
Adjust the speech speed to slow or speed up the voice. You are free to listen to the audio as often as you want.
In case you need a free text to speech service for different accents such as: Australian English, French, American English, French Canadian or Brazilian Portuguese, Woord is also an option. Accents are available both in female and male voices.
In addition to English, the SSML Editor also supports Italian, French, Chinese, Dutch, German, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish voices. Also are available Teenagers and Kids voices.
Also published on Medium.