Text-to-speech (TTS) is everywhere, and you’re probably using it every day. Siri, Google Now and Cortana, or the voices you hear in GPS navigation apps, customer service phone menus, or even the messages at the train station – they’re all text-to-speech voice fonts. Better yet, they’re an exciting technology for corporate and e-Learning voice-over because production with them is so cost-effective and rapid. But they do present a few challenges, one of which is pronunciation.
This post will provide the three rules you must follow to ensure proper text-to-speech voice-over pronunciation, with a video example for each one.
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