For anyone grappling with text based tasks, Text-to-speech software can massively improve your speed and accuracy. This video gives an overview of how Text-to-speech works and demos of some of the most common features that come bundled with these software.
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You can download trial versions of the software used in this video from the links below:
- Read & Write: https://www.texthelp.com/en-gb/products/read-and-write-family
- ClaroRead: https://www.clarosoftware.com
- SprintPlus: http://www.sprintplus.co.uk
- NaturalReader: http://www.naturalreaders.com
Other Text-to-Speech package you might want to check are:
- WordQ SpeakQ: http://www.goqsoftware.com/wordQspeak…
- Kerzwel 3000: https://www.kurzweiledu.com/products/k3000-win.html
Video produced by Sean Douglas
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