Text-to-speech is now widely used – most notably in the recent boom in smart speakers, which rely on TTS voices like Alexa and Google Assistant. But there’s another field in which TTS voices are about to become just as important – audio accessibility voice-over for documentation. Because multimedia localization is closely tied to accessibility services, it’s crucial for language service providers and post-production professionals to understand why TTS will come to dominate this particular field in 2018 – and how to be ready for these projects.
This post will list the 5 reasons TTS will become the standard for document accessibility audio in 2018.
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