Re: wanted free voices
Not sure if any of the voices in the speech platform package will suit your needs. there are voices for both english and other languages that i do not speak
I can drop box them for you they are about 340 meg with all voices and the speech platform runtime engine.
You will need a program like 7 zip or one that can unzip the files for you first. When done look for the speech platform runtime engine and install it first. It is the only file that does not have the name of the file with TTS in in standing for text to speech and the name of the voice and language.
You can get it from my drop box account at https://www.dropbox.com/s/0rokrf6a4qijsvf/Speech%20Platform%2011%20engine%20and%20voices.zip?dl=0
The speech hub package also has other synths and voices but in a package and can be gotten off the following website at http://www.speakon.org.uk/
When you download the speech hub package you will also need to install the add on so nvda can see the synths and voices. So the main package will get installed then under your c: drive program files x86 then speech hub then the folder for the add on it will need to be installed into nvda. Then later on you can change to those other synth and voices.
There may be other software there that you may like to try.
On 7/04/2019 7:47 PM, sazid wrote:
Hello family, hope all are doing great. I am using windows 7 on my PC with e speak as my voice synthasizer can anyone provide me free voice for my nvda? thanks and regards, sazid
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