Record your own voice over or add a realistic neural voice using text-to-speech generation. Just type
the script, select the voice, and get the audio file added to the video. Use punctuation to easily modify
the intonation of your speech, and hear your narrative come to life.
Easily create several versions of a single video in different languages to ensure that your marketing
videos reach a global audience and effectively promote your products worldwide.
Text to speech MP3
Convert text to voice in seconds and download the generated MP3 audio file. Stop wasting time on
recording your voice and editing mistakes. Simply edit the text
and get the audio updated in seconds. Download your text-to-speech audio file directly in MP3 format
from the gallery.
Build a video presentation from your slides by exporting your PPT as PNG, uploading the images, and
using the text-to-speech feature to automatically generate the voiceover.
How to convert text to voice for your videos
Add voice overs on your videos can be intimidating, specially when your are trying to speech on another
language. With Abraia Studio you can automatically create voice overs for your marketing, announcements,
demos, and tutorial videos. Simply, write your video script and use the text to voice feature to generate
Save the text in a separate document to easily adjust it later, because once you have added a
voice file to your project you will no be able to retrieve the text you used to change what it says.
Choose a voice to generate the speech audio
Go to the editor, click "add media", and select the "speech" tab to generate the audio. Type the text or
paste your video script and select the language and neural voice of your choice. Then, click the "listen"
button to generate the audio. Finally, click "save" to add the voice over to the timeline editor.
Adjust punctuation to get the perfect pronunciation
Use punctuation to make small impactful changes to your text-to-speech delivery:
Full stops. Add a moderate pause before the next sentence in the speech begins.
Commas. Add a short pause to your speech before the sentence continues.
Ellipsis. Ellipsis (aka ...) results in a prolonged pause, the longer you make, the
longer your text-to-speech will be paused.
Question marks. Change the intonation on the last syllable of the sentence.
Exclamation marks or all caps. Unlikely to affect the pronunciation in your text-to-speech.
Moreover, use short voice clips to easily edit the audio in the timeline. Simply generate multiple audio
files or use the cut tool to create multiple segments.
Save the audio and edit the video
Once you are happy, click "save" to add the voiceover to your project. You will see the audio file added
to the editor. Then, use the timeline to position the audio in the video, change the volume, or use the
split tool (cut media) to divide your audio files into segments (e.g. to add custom pauses).
Finally, click "export" to generate the video with your voice over narration.