Hi, where can I find and purchase additional voices that are compatiable with and I can use with Captivate. We already have the NeoSpeech voices, but looking to add more variety.
I remember when 2017 was released that there was an asset packaged available to download. Was there an asset package available for 2019 as well?
When installing the voices package for 2019 there are only 7 voices added to the options available in captivate. I thought I remember there being a lot more text-to-speech voice options. Is there any other add-ons that I am missing?
Do any of you have tips to solve the following problem.
With Captivate 2019, creating a project with a power point presentation.
Using Power Point Notes to generate speech.
Some words require specification for correct pronounciation. Doing this by adding to Neospeech dictionary.
Previously, the new pronounciations did have effect, now they dont. It is like Captivate is ignoring if you update e.g. the James voice to pronounce words correctly.
Any ideas ?
I have installed NeoSpeech French voices (Louis and Roxane). They appear clearly in the Windows Settings but as I try to use them in Captivate (Roxane or Louis), I only hear the Microsoft Voice.
So I made a test. When I change the voice in the Windows Settings and choose Roxane (as below), what ever voice (Roxane or Louis) I choose in Captivate, it is Roxane that I hear.
Any tips on how to successfully hear the two voices?
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Recently there has been a request for translation and localization of our courses. I use Captivate 9 Text-To-Speech feature to record audio. I was wondering if I get the translated script in the slide notes, is there a voice available that will record it in French or Korean?
Thanks is advance!
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I am creating a module on professional resume tips; and the speech output pronounces “resume” the correct way in this context (res-u-may) and the traditional way (re-soom). In other words, it uses both pronunciations in text-to-speech. I even tried adding the asterisk (‘) at the end with no success. Please help!