Re: NVDA - Can it read the subtitles in movies?
Hmmm while I like subtitles in audio description and find that nice, I'd find it destracting if a synth did it unless it was a good synth.
Its been something I have been looking at for a while.
While yes I have the vocaliser code factory voices and while they do ok for books and general gaming, some of their pronounciations and such could be better.
I listened to neospeech and found out that a voice is round 300 dollars a year subscription.
And while making a few files was a secondary goal I wanted to read with my screen reader and or sapi.
I have listened to the ivona voices but they seem to have the same issues as vocaliser does after a while.
I have listened to the acapella voices, and I may eventually buy them.
I also know a place where older neospeech voices exist I could
still buy but that site is so old and has a lot of old stuff I am
unsure if it still exists or not.
On 14/01/2020 8:04 am, JM Casey wrote: