Looking for a Text to speech software TTS that output .wav file


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    windows 7 Pro x64
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    Looking for a Text to speech software TTS that output .wav file


    Hello

    I'm looking for a software that could be use to create a clear .wav file from a small written text.

    I used to use AT&T voice tts web application, but now the .wav file as some echo problem

    Any suggestion

    Martin
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    Balabolka


    The best free text to speech software that I've ever used is:

    Balabolka - Home Page

    Balabolka Free Download - Alternate Download

    It can do what you ask.
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    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
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    I was looking for this type of program. I like this program it's free and works great. Thanks!

    I'd rep you but guess this thread is to old or I'm not allowed.
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    Thanks


    sowhat said:
    I was looking for this type of program. I like this program it's free and works great. Thanks!

    I'd rep you but guess this thread is to old or I'm not allowed.
    No worries!
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    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
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    Hi Martin,

    Does an online tool work for you as well? On audiotext.ws text to speech you can create audiofiles based on a natural voice for your English texts. You can subsequently use a program like this one to convert the audio to a .wav file.
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  6. Posts : 363
    windows 7 Pro x64
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    Hello Robbert

    The project was to call the TTS from a charting software using a dll. So outsourcing the TTS function to a webserver may be feasible, but probably too slow.

    For the moment I put aside the project of creating text string to be speak out. Instead, I recorded individual wave file to be called. Not what I wanted, but a cheap solution to my need

    Martin
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    Windows 8
       #7

    Free Text To Speech Reader has a free standalone app that will output a wav file. Microsoft's .NET has text to speech that you can call from code.
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