Welcome to TextSpeech Pro, the most powerful, easy to use text-to-speech software on the market.
Utilizing text-to-speech voices of exceptional quality, with TextSpeech Pro you can:
* Synthesize text-to-speech from any document format (text, Microsoft Word, PDF, Microsoft Excel, RTF, etc) using a variety of voices and languages;
* Read web pages and emails using integrated text-to-speech tools;
* Export the synthesized speech from documents to a variety of audio file formats in three modes (quick, normal and batch);
* Create and modify conversations, bookmarks and pauses (silence breaks) in a document using an advanced text-to-speech editor;
* Modify speech properties (voice, speed, volume, pitch, word highlighting) and speech entities (bookmarks, conversations, pauses) on the fly;
* Extract text from scanned documents and convert it to speech or audio files;
* Create custom pronunciations using a universal correction system;
* Save the created documents with all specified voice settings and entities (voice type, pitch, speed, volume, bookmarks, conversations, pauses, word highlighting) for future use;
* Pause, resume or stop the speaking voice;
* Tune the speech output using standard XML tags;
* Externally run a command-line tool synthesizer (text-to-speech and text-to-speech audio);
* Use a fully featured document editor with many text processing features (text manipulation, spell checker, print and print preview, find and replace, go to line..., customizable fonts, zoom capabilities, and document properties view);
* Mark copied text to be automatically transferred and converted to speech;
* Access previously used documents from a high-capacity document history;
* Utilize a rich and fully configurable user interface (UI) equipped with customizable window docks, toolbars, a multi-tabbed document interface and a layout-saving framework;
» version 3.6.7 - posted on 2014-01-23
WIndows 8 fixes and support for more languages.
» version 3.5.4 - posted on 2010-04-27
EULA - End User License Agreement
TEXTSPEECH PRO LICENSE AGREEMENT
TEXTSPEECH PRO IS THE PROPERTY OF DIGITAL FUTURE (R) AND IS PROTECTED BY
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on one computer. A separate license is required for each computer at which the
Product is used. Company-license user can install and use TEXTSPEECH PRO on one
or more computers. You may make one copy of this Software for backup purposes
only. If any person other than yourself uses This Software registered in your
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refund the purchase price.
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