More cross-platform info needed - Text-to-Speech

Sarah Reichelt sarah.reichelt at gmail.com
Tue May 16 19:17:42 EDT 2006


Apple added a few higher quality ones a couple of years ago. While
most of the voices are just meant to be funny (& yes, my kids love
them too), there are a few that sound reasonably good. I use them a
lot and people get used to the sound very quickly.

Sarah


On 5/17/06, Judy Perry <jperryl at ecs.fullerton.edu> wrote:
> Well, I've forgotten the original request of this thread, but the
> reactions of my students to the Mac OS voices is that they are wayy cool
> (remember, however, that they are developing apps for kiddies and also
> working on game dev, so maybe goofy, time-warped voices are what is called
> for in our particular situation).
>
> Doesn't AT&T have some nice, cross-plat voices?  Or, at least, Win voices?
>
> Probably not free, though...
>
> Judy
>
> On Tue, 16 May 2006, Richmond Mathewson wrote:
>
> > As far as I understand revSpeak leverages an operating system's built-in text-to-speech capabilities. Now my experience in this respect is limited to Mac & Win: both of which feature really bad voices - the Mac ones have been trotted out with each version of the operating system for at least 10 years never beeing upgraded; they all sound seriously warped. Win XP comes with one installed.
> >
>
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