Commercial Licensing & Terms

May 10, 2017

// Updated 19 Jan 2023 //


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When is a Commercial License Necessary?

Using ttsreader.com within a for-profit organization

If you are a company, or a for-profit organization, using ttsreader.com, please use our premium plan.


Using the generated speech for publishing creations

Recording and using the audio generated by TTSReader in a commercial application (ie publishing)

  • Add generated speech for narrating YouTube Videos
  • Speech for telephony messages
  • Presentations - slide shows
  • Automatic messages in reception rooms, shops, etc.
  • Speech for game-characters
  • Speech for apps

For any publishing please use our premium plan

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Once upgraded, which Voices Can be Used for Publishing?

Important note:

We can only give you permission for publishing recorded voices that their name ends with ** (ie - 2 stars). Use Google Chrome to get these voices. Other voices come from your OS - so you’re usually not allowed to use them (depends on contractual terms of the OS itself).

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Contractual Terms for Using The Generated Speech Commercially

Terms and End User License Agreement (EULA)

  1. Voice that you are allowed to publish: You are limited to publishing only speech that uses voices that their name ends with ** (ie - 2 stars). Example for such voices available:

     Bahasa, Indonesia, G **
     Deutsch, G **
     Dutch, Netherlands, G **
     English, UK, Female **
     English, UK, Male **        
     English, US, G **
     español, España, G **
     español, Estados Unidos, G **
     français, G **
     Hindi, G **
     italiano, G **
     Korean, G **
     Polski, G **
     Português, Brasil, G **
     中文 (台灣), G **
     日本語, G **
     普通话 (中国大陆), G **
     普通话 (香港), G **
    
  2. You cannot re-sell our service.

  3. Service is on AS-IS basis on ttsreader.com. We do our best to keep it alive and bug-free - and it is our interest - but - we can not guarantee.


Who Owns the Copyrights to the generated Speech?

You do. See our post about it for details.



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