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Hello my friends
I am a totally blind young man
for easier to read books and articles Among the blind
i has programmed a tool
This tool converts text to audio with the possibility to save it into a wav or mp3 file
It is also compatible with all persons, whether blind or ordinary
I have completed the work of this tool and want to take your opinion
i Especially published here for anyone looking about how to convert text to speech, I will put this tool open source for you
I want to know what your think about it
and if it need any other additions?
Note :
This tool converts texts to audio using sapi 5 voices
so i was also puted a hot keys to control the tool
Now I put this project to you for public benefit and I am ready to answer any question.
Apology :
I am an Arab youth from Algeria
I do not mastered English very well
So I apologize to you if there are written mistakes
With my greetings and best wishes

My texts to audio converter.zip

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I like it how technology assists people needs.

Also, I liked how you use lame to export SAPI onto wav/mp3 files. Very interesting!

Would be happy to see this in github! :)

 

Mods, could someone move this to the examples section?

My stuff

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On 2017/6/26 at 0:19 AM, Jefrey said:

I like it how technology assists people needs.

Also, I liked how you use lame to export SAPI onto wav/mp3 files. Very interesting!

Would be happy to see this in github! :)

 

Mods, could someone move this to the examples section?

Sorry to bother you sir. But I can see you know a lot about audio conversion right? I Recently I met a related problem about MP3 conversion may I ask you? I want to convert XM to MP3 with this XM converter as you can see "http://www.videoconverterfactory.com/tips/xm-converter.html". It claims that it is capable of reducing audio size. But I have no idea why, after conversion to mp3, the XM file gets bigger size while the audio quality stays the same.

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