Adobe Captivate supports text-to-speech via NeoSpeech. Text-to-speech, simply put, is a process that converts any text into a spoken output. In Captivate, you can include intonations, inflections, pauses, etc. in your speech output. This is a must-use feature if you want to create engaging and interactive learning content.
For more information on text-to-speech in Captivate, see this blog.
Captivate only supports the following languages in NeoSpeech voice:
- Canadian French
The following speech agents are available:
Monday, June 19th, 3:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
I will be reviewing the main features of the Text to Speech capabilities in Adobe Captivate. I will be using Captivate (2017 Release) for the demonstrations, however, most of these demonstrations will work with previous versions of Adobe Captivate going all the way back to Adobe Captivate 5.
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