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Make your own website speak

How to add text to speech capabilities to your own website? The 3 possible ways to add text-to-speech to a website Implement the web speech api interface, as described here: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/SpeechSynthesis Implement text-to-speech (TTS), that is NOT based on the web speech api, provided by companies developing the TTS technology itself. This route is not recommended for most websites since it is either low quality or expensive. Implement ttsreader’s api - which itself uses the web speech api, but wraps it in the best way for most site-owners.

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Professional Voice Artists

Whether you’re a voice artist or looking for a professional reading and recording - we at ttsreader.com are working on developing the hub for finding the best professionals in the field. We’re not there yet - but - we can still help as we’ve started collecting professionals for our network. Looking for a professional voice artist? If you need a professional to read and record you text - fill out the following form or - simply send us an email to voices@ttsreader.

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Special Thanks

We would like to show our appreciation and thank the following people We really appreciate it, for spending your time and effort to help us. You should know, that you also helped millions of people who use our service. For reporting bugs & helping us find them Paul Joel Scott Montgomery For sending us great ideas we implemented Think you should be on this list? Send us an email to contact@wellsrc.

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Commercial Licensing & Terms

(Updated on Dec. 6th, 2017) When is a Commercial License Necessary Using ttsreader.com within an organization If you are a company, or organization, using ttsreader.com, please use our paypal donate link. If you are a personal user, or an educational institute - ttsreader.com is free, no need to even donate - you are welcome, of course :). Using the generated speech for commercial purposes - Publishing Recording and using the audio generated by TTSReader in a commercial application (ie publishing)

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Export Speech to Audio Files

(Updated on Dec. 6th, 2017) NEW: TTSReader Now Has a Built-In Audio Recording This feature is only available on Chrome, for Windows and ChromeOs, and requires the TTSReader Premium Token extension, which can be acquired on the Chrome store: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ttsreader-premium-token/ednjnllbonbpinfgoonegkanhgieddlj To record the generated Speech follow these steps: Install the Premium-token, make sure it is enabled and refresh ttsreader.com so it recognizes the change (only the first time after installing token).

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