Speaking text and highlighting speaking text

Ken Norris (dialup) pixelbird at interisland.net
Mon Mar 4 17:44:01 EST 2002

on 3/4/02 10:07 AM, Glasgow, David at David.Glasgow at cstone-tr.nwest.nhs.uk
> this hard to implement under Windows?  Is there a WinVict dot something?  My
> PCs have never uttered a word to me...... I can't seem to find references to
> synthesised speech, but do recall it being mentioned previously on this list
> (or maybe MC)
> 2/ In some ways related, perhaps.  I have a psychological assessment that
> speaks the questions for people with a reading difficulty.
Precisely my problem, too. What we need is a reliable text-to-speech
extension for PC's. A _major_ part of my current project is dependent on
this feature. I will be watching this thread with intense interest, and
contributing where I can.

Try this site:

< http://www.nextup.com >  ...includes links to AT&T voices, etc.

Also, Dragon Naturally Speaking software products is primarily known for
speech recognition, but many of their products contain text-to-speech:

< http://www.next-wave-solutions.com/dragvoicrecs.html >

Best regards, 
Ken N.

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