NeoSpeech, a leader in text-to-speech (TTS) software and speech-enabled solutions, has announced the US release of Japanese documentary, Voice Synthesis, featuring VoiceText™ speech synthesis software via Ustream TV.
The Japanese documentary called ???? (Voice Synthesis in English), was aired as part of Channel Japan to the US audience and will be available for one month via Channel Japan on Ustream TV. Channel
Voice synthesis makes it possible for a computer to read out text by using real human voices stored in a database. With advancements to make such voices even more human-like, the possible applications are growing.
For example, HOYA Service in
The Japanese documentary called “????” (Turning Text into Voice in English) was originally produced by
For the English version of the documentary, please go to: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/39422033?utm_campaign=ustre-am&utm_source=39422033&utm_medium=social.
VoiceText is computer software for use in speech synthesis and voice morphing; computer game software, educational software, broadcasting and telephony service, etc. VoiceText license is available via VoiceText of HOYA service,
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